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Full text of "Mary Baldwin College Bluestocking 1939"

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Patricia Roof 
Editor-in-Chief 

Sally Cheney 
Business Editor 





NOOKS AND CORNERS 
'ROUND MARY BALDWIN 






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THE 1939 



BLUESTOCKING 







ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF THE 

STUDENT BODY OF MARY BALDWIN COLLEGE 

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA 





MISS MILDRLU LLLbN TAYLOR 



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NCE we are presenting to 
you your "favorites" around the 
college, we find a particular 
pleasure in dedicating the 1939 
Bluestocking to one who is a 
favorite in these nooks and 
corners. 

To Miss Mildred Ellen Taylor, 
a distinct personality, teacher 
and friend, we wish to show 
our appreciation of her friendly 
companionship, able direction, 
and kind understanding. 







ODiaining the Con 



OR9WORD 



N presenting this book to the class of 1939, we 
have endeavored to leave with you just a few mem- 
ories of personal spots around the campus. How- 
ever, not |ust memories, but a poignant reality that 
will be passed on, growing more beautiful with the 
years. 

Those spots which might easily be forgotten 
among so large a scope, but that have added so 
much 1o the charm of your life here. 

We give you, your own "Favorite Nooks and 
Corners." 




Xdiiviiies, Pubiicaiions, Aibieiics, Features 



ALMA MATER 

Thou wast born of dreams, Mary Baldwin, Mary Baldwin, 

Woman's dreams of love and true desire; 
Conqueror's dreams with passion's ardor glowing. 
Caught from Truth's undying, pure white fire. 
Born to live, to perish never. 
To inspire to high endeavor. 
To uphold that light forever, 
Mary Baldwin. 

Thou wast built of dreams, Mary Baldwin, Mary Baldwin, 

Dreams of faith, the dreams of early dawn, 
Thou shalt live beyond time's farthest limit; 

Dreams shall last when walls of stone are gone. 

Born to live, to perish never. 

To inspire to high endeavor. 

To uphold that light forever, 

Mary Baldwin. 



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THE COLLEGE 




ADMINISTRATION- 



Statel}' columns giving atmosphere of dignity 
and charm with Ham and Jam keeping watchful 
vigil n\cr all. The very essence of hospitality. 




CHAPEL- 



111 tliesc halls wc welcome quiet medita- 
licjii, an in\L;e In iiijjher anii)iti()iis, and 
fulfillment in a daily pcriml of reverence. 




ENTRANCE- 



On to the campus of undying beauty we 
climb these steps . . . going further into the 
college's unique and familiar atmi)S])here. 




PRESIDENT'S HOME- 



Here we seek out congeniality in a real 
home. Receptions, teas, and nuisicales 
trivc a true taste (jf culture and charm. 




HILL TOP— 



The quiet serenity nf architectural 
splendor so like the old south, and en- 
riched with traditions that will never die. 




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McCLUNG— 



Old "brick house" that knew the thrill 
(if war (la\s and hulds spiritual c|ualities 
that last "not for time, but t<jr eternitv." 




MEMORIAL- 



Awe inspiring j^raciousncss nf a linUK- 
— in wliich friendships arc fornu'il 
and life takes on a fuller meaning. 




CAMPUS SCENES- 

Little House, a senior's goal . . . Sky High looks out on a snowy morning . . . 
The club house becomes a part of us , . . January outside and May inside . . . "The 
Pillars of Wisdom" upholding the Administration building . . . The homelike 
atmosphere of iMartha Riddle serene in the white winter . . . Music building with 
its queer and beautiful echoes . . . Out of this gate to a richer, fuller day . . . 
Where knowledge is acquired and culture sought . . .From building to building, 
rain or shine. 




Board of Trustees 



DR. HUXTI-:R ]',. r.LAKKLY 

PRKSIDEXT OF THK BOARD 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD 
Hon, 1 Icrhcrt I. Ta\lnr, ScLTclary ; 1 'r. Julian A. llurruss; Rev. R. R. 
Grinnan, 1 ).!>.: Rt-v. Harris li. Kirk. D.lJ. ; Rev. Wallace AkP. Alston; Mr. John 
A. Coke, Jr.; Dr, Frederick L. Brown; Mr. .M. M. Edgar; Mr. James D. 
Francis; ludge Robert F. Hutcheson ; Mr. Campbell Pancake; Dr. Wyndham B. 
Blanton ; Hon. W. H. East; Mr. D. Glenn Riickman ; Mr. .\. Erskine Miller; Mr. 
Charles S. Hunter; I\Irs. Thomas H. Russell: Rev. H. S. Turner. D.D. ; Captain 
Frank M. Wray ; Dr, L. Wilson Jarman. Ex-Officio. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
HuxTER B. Bl.-\kelv, Chairman 
L. Wilson Jarman Charle.s S. Hunter 

Mrs, Thomas H. Russell H. S. Turner 

Frank: M. Wray 




Biuk Row: C.\n. F, W k,\v. Mu-. Thdm.as Russeu,. Mk. C, S. Hunm-r. H(ix W . H. K\-i. 

Mu, G. KrcKM.\N. H<JN. H, I. Taylor, Mr. C. Paxcakk. Rkv, H. U, I'.l.\ki:lv 
Front Roic: 1 )R, L, W. jarm.\x. Dr. W, B. Blanton, Dr, F, L. Hri>\v\. Ki:v. H, S. Turxer, 

Rev, W, Alston 




L. WILSON JARMAN 

rRESlUEXT 




ELIZABETH POOLE 

DEAN (_)F Till': COLLEGE 




MARTHA S. GRAFTON 

DEA\ OF IXSTRUCTIOX 



Administration 





John IJ. Daffix 
Fiiirsar and Treasurer 



jAjncs T. Si'iLLMAX. r..A. 
Assistant Bursar 



Margaret Hillhouse, P.. A. 

Registrar 

Secretary tn the President 



Frances Dodson, R.A. 
Secretary to the Dean of the Collef/e 





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Ai'.i'.ii MiiKKiMiN .M( I-'aki..\.\i). I'.. a. 
l.'throrlaii 





Hki.kx C. Eystek 
DiclUtan 



Mrs. Frank Paxc ake 
Supervisor of Halls 





M AkiiAKicT La.\(;. R.X. 
Resident Xiirsc 



I'^NNXiK !'>aki-:r Stollknwekck 
Issistaiit lit llir Dean of the Collcijc 





Faculty 





Edward P. \'andi\kk, Jr.. F'li.D. 
Professor of Eiu/lish 



Andrew J. Mauler, f'n.l). 
.Issociatc Professor of Eiu/lish 




Catherine Puryear Mims, M.A. 
. tssistant Professor of English 



Lillian Rudeseal, B.A. 

IN Commercial Education 

Director of Seereiarial Education 



Mary E. Lakenan, M.R.E. 
Professor of nible 



Mary Collins Powell, M.A. 
Director of Physical Education 





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.M.\K^■ SUAN (."akkoi.i.. I'll. I). 
I'l-i'fisscr I'f I listiiry and I'ol'uical Science 





\ \MA WlTHERSPOO.N McFaRLAND, M.A. 

. Issistaiit Professor of Latin and History 



Th(imas Hancock Grafton, Ph.D. 
Professor of Sociology and Economics 





Martha .Stackhotse (Irafton, M.A. 
.Assistant Professor of Sociology 



Donald W. Mailev. Ph.D. 

Professor of Psychology 





Forrest Dumont Brow n, Ph.D. 
IN Education 
Issociate Professor of Education and Philosopliy 



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William E. Trott, Jr.. Fn.V). 
Professor of Chciiiisfry 



Florence I. Mamoney, M.D. 

Professor of Biology 

Resident Pliysieian 

Dire et or of Health 





Lillian C. TinmsEN, Ph.D. 
. \sslstant Professor of Bioloi/y 



Mildred E. Taylor, T'h.D. 
Professor of Mathematics and .L<:tro)i<>iny 





John I'.. T^afkin, M.S. 
Professor of Physies 



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KaKI, I'iASIMA.N SmI-.DI), I'll. I). 

Pnijcssor oj MiuL'ni I .aiujitatics 




C'laki-; |. I'Yansiu'kch, M.A. 
.Issistaiil I'rofi'ssor of French 



El.lZAIiKTIl I'OOLK. M.A. 

IssistiDit Professor of French 




Fannie IIaktu Strauss, M.A. 
Instructor in Cicrman 



Maky Wattkks. Pi I. IX 

IssistuHt Professor of History and Sf>ainsh 

.Issistant Dean of the Collei/e 






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Caki. W. Bromax, Ph.B. 

Professor of Fine Arts 



Elizabeth Gai.xes, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Music 





Christine GrxLArcsoN, Il.AI. 
Director of J'oice and Public School Music 



IMary E. Latimer. I'm. I). 

Professor of English 

Director of Speech and Dramatics 





Randolph Arnold, I!. A. 
Director of Art 



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CLASSES 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




IlLiTTY I'.kOWN 

PRESIDE.NT 



MISS LATIMER 

Sl'ON'SOK 




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KLKN DAY 

TREASl'RER 



^.^:T'^^■ lu )Vi) 

VICK-PRESIDENT 



MARCIA GOOCH 

SECRETARY 



COLORS 

Green and White 



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BLUESTOCKING 



ELIZABETH BANNER 

MOUNT AIRY, NORTH CAROLINA 

'She's ivisc wlio talks but little' 




Candidate for Baehelor of .Arts Degree 
Freneh 



Attendants 
Eleanor Landes 
Elizabeth Smith 




Freshman: French Club, Y. W. C. A.; Athletic 
Associatuin. 

Sophomore: French Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic 
Association. 

Junior: French Club; YA\'.C.A. ; Athletic Association; 

Y. W. Committee; \'ice-l'resi<lent of Junior Class; 

Blueskickini. Statt. 

Senior : French Club ; Y. W. C. A. ; Athletic Associa- 
tion ; Vice-President of French Clul) ; Student Council ; 
House President ; Miscellany Staff ; Queen of the Com- 
mencement Pageant. 



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■' P.EVERLY BANNER BIVENS 

MdlWT AIKY, NORTH CAROLINA 

" M itrc matter mtli less art" 



Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
History 



Frkshmax: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; 
Dramatic Club. 

Sophomore: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association. 

Junior: Bluestocking Staff; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic 

Association ; Social Committee of the Y. W. C. A. ; 

International Relations Club ; Junior-Senior Banquet 

Committee. 

Se.mijr: President International Relations Club; Y. W. 
C. A.; Athletic Association; Science Club; Student 
Council; House President; Presidents' Forum; V'esper 
Committee of Y. W .C. A. ; Cast of The Toicer Room 
Mvstcrx and First Lady. 



Attendants 

Lucy Culver 

M.^RTH.-V F.\rmer 




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BLUESTOCKING 



SHIRLEY MARVIL BLACK 

SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA 



"She leads the band, but otiicrs 
loot the horn" 




Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
Speech 



Attendants 
Anne Adams 
Trr:i-FX OinRFi.i. 




Freshman: Dramatic Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic 

Association. 
Sophomore : Secretary of Class ; Chairman of the Social 
Committee of Y. W. C. A.; Secretary Spanish Club; 

Dramatic Club ; Athletic Association. 
Junior: President of Class; Vice-President of Spanish 
Clul); Presidents' Forum; Dramatic Club; Cast of Spring 

Play ; Athletic Association. 
Senior: President Student Government Association; 
Who ll'lio Among Students in American Vniversitits 
and Colleges" ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Ex-Officio; Chair- 
man Presidents' Forum ; Committee on Religious Exer- 
cises; Editor of Student Handbook; Assistant Director 
and Cast of Senior Play; Cast of Spring Play; Dramatic 
Club; Spanish Club; International Relations Club; 
Athletic Association 



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Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Dc(jrcc 
Psychology 



Freshman: Athletic Association; Y. \V. C. A. 
Sc}i'H(iM(iur. : Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. 



JuNioH: Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; Business 
Manager Miscellany ; Science Clnb. 



Senior: Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; Science 
Clnli; International Relations Cluli. 



CAK( )1. I'kl.WI': !'.( )WMAN 

WATKKFdKI). \IKlil.\IA 



"Still achicz'iny, still piirsiiiiu/" 



Altcndaiils 

Fanita Chambers 

Pearl Ei'I.im. 





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BLUESTOCKING 



LUCY ELIZABETH BOYD 

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 



"She hath a clever pen 




Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
English 



Attendants 
Iris Buckley 
Betty Kull 




Freshman: Athletic Association ; Y. W. C. A.; Captain 
Freshman Hockey Team ; Reporter on Cani/'its Com- 
ments; Glee Club; Dramatic Club. 
Sophomore : Athletic Association ; Y. W. C. A. ; Dra- 
matic Club ; Secretary-Treasurer Glee Club ; Managing 
Editor Camf'tis Co"n»r)i/.f; Associate Editor .A/i.frf//a)i.v; 
French Club; Hockey Team; Chairman Sophomore 

Banquet Committee. 
Junior : Athletic Association ; Y. W. C. A. ; Editor 
Campus Comments ; Contributing Editor Miscellany; 
Presidents' Forum; Dramatic Club; French Club; Glee 

Club ; Religious Exercises Committee. 
Senior: \'ice-President of Class; President of Camera 
Club; Stage Mana.ger of Senior Play; Associate Editor 
Miscellany; Glee Club; French Club; Athletic Associa- 
tion; Social Committee of Y. ; Dramatic Club; Inter- 
national Relations Club ; Y. W. C. -A. 



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i':i.i/.Ar.i;i'ii maI'; iikowx 

CON .N HI.l.SN'iLI.i;, VES N SYLVAN lA 



"Ndiii' but herself can he 
her piirallel" 



Candidate for Bachelor of .Irts Dei/ri 
Speech 



I-"ki:shmax : YAWC.A. ; Atliletic Associaticm ; Dranialic 
Club; Cast "Ladies of the Jury." 

Sophomore: YAWC.A. ; Athletic Association ; Dramatic 
Club ; Cast "The Swan" and "The Hour Glass." 

Junior: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Secretary- 
Treasurer Dramatic Club; Associate Editor Miscellany; 
Secretary Student Council ; Social Service Committee 
Y. W. C. A. ; Stage Manager "Fresh Fields" ; Cast 
"The Hour Glass" and "Dust of the Road." 

Senior : Y. \\". C. A. ; Athletic Association ; President 
Senior Class; President Dramatic Club; Associate 
Chairman Presidents' Forum; Religious Exercises 
Committee; International Relations Club; IVIio's Who 
Ainony Students in American Colleges and Cnivcrsities ; 
Director and Cast "The Tower Room Mystery"; Stage 
Manager "Seven Sisters." 



Attendants 
Cecil Brewer 
Frances Wade 





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BLUESTOCKING 



MARGARET CHICHESTER 
BROWNING 

AKLIXGTOX, VIRGINIA 



"A maid of meekest mien' 











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Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
English 



Attendants 
Peggy Herscher 
Dorothy Stewart 




Freshman: Language Club; Basketball Class Team; 
Track Varsity ; Y. \\ . C. A. ; Athletic Association. 

Sophomore : Language Club ; Publicit3' Committee ; 
Y. W. C. A. ; Class Hockey Team ; Basketball Team ; 
Track \'arsity and Class Team ; Badminton Champion- 
ship ; Athletic Association. 

Junior: Science Club; Sports Editor of Camfiis Com- 
ments; Finance Committee of Y. ; Track Leader on 
A. A. Council; Hockey \'arsity Basketball ; Varsity 
Track Team ; Y. W. C. A. ; Athletic Association. 

Senior : Science Club. Sports Editor of Campus Com- 
ments; Secretary of .^. \.; Hockey Varsity and Class 
Teams; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic .•\ssociation. 



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CcDididafc for Bachelor of .Irts Dcijrcc 
English 



MATHILDA I'.RL'iai 

SAI.I'.M, \IK(;i.\ lA 

••.S7;.' 7.'/(<) z^wits little 
seldom goes Xi^roiuf 



Frf.shman: Glee Club; Music Club; Garden Club; 

Dramatic Club; Y. W. C. A.; Atbletic Association; 

French Club. 

SoPHOM(jRE : Music Club; Garden Club; Glee Club; 
Dramatic Club ; Y. \\. C. A. ; Athletic Association. 

Junior : Glee Club ; Garden Club ; Music Club ; 1 )ramatic 
Club; German Club; Athletic Association; Y. \\ . C. .A. 

Senior: Glee Club; Music Club; Garden Club; Dramatic 
Club; German Club; Campus Comments Statf; Devo- 
tional Ccimmittee; Y. W. C. .\.; .\thlotic .Association. 



Attendants 
Katie Kent Early 
Charlotte Humbert 





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BLUESTOCKING 



MARGARET CALDWELL 

GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 



"A contented spirit is the 
szi'cetiiess of e.viste)iee" 




Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
Music 



Attendants 
Charlotte Allebach 

Nancy Ci.arkf. 




Freshman: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Gar- 
den Club. 

Sophomore: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Music 
Club ; Glee Club ; Spanish Club. 

Junior: Y. W. C. A,; Athletic Association; Music 
Club ; Glee Club ; Spanish Club ; Social Ser\ice Com- 
mittee of Y. 

Senior: Y.W.C.A. ; Athletic .Association; Music Club; 
International Relations Club; Glee Club; Secretary- 
Treasurer of Music Club. 



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Candidate for Hacliclor of .Irts Degree 
iMusic 



Freshman: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Assciciation ; Re- 
porter, Cainf'iix Ciiiiniiciili-: Music Chili. 

Sophomore: Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; Music 
Club; French Cluh; Music Committee; Y, W. C. A. 

Junior: Class Treasurer; Associate Editor Miscellany; 

Class Hockey Team ; Y. W. C. A. ; Music Club ; Athletic 

Association. 

Senior: YAWC.A. ; Athletic Association; Class Hockey 

Ti-am : Contributing Editor Campus Coxnnenis; Editor 

Miscellany; Presidents' Forum; Vice-President Music 

Club; Cast Senior Play. 



)nil TALIAFERRO CARIM'.R 

KCICKY MOUNT, VIKCINMA 



'/'here is no wisdom like frankness' 



Attendants 

Sarah Lane 

Barbara Payne 





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BLUESTOCKING 



BETTY CLEVELAND 

SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA 



"iri)isoiiic ill both smile and 
iiianncr" 




Candidate for Baehelor of Arts Degree 
Music 



Attciidciiits 
Nancy Cleveland 
Virginia Heinitsu 




Freshman: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; French 
Club. 

Sophomore: Treasurer of Sophomore Class; Treasurer 
^[usic Club; French Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic As- 
sociation. 

Junior: \'ice-Presidcnt of Music Club; International 

Relations Club ; French Club ; Mary Baldwin Honor 

Society ; Athletic Association ; Devotional Committee 

of Y. W. C. A. 

Senior : President of Music Club; Mary Baldw-in Honor 

Society ; Presidents' Forum ; Devotional Committee and 

Social Service Committee of Y. \\". C. .■\. ; .\thlctic 

Association. 



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HKLIiN ADI'LAIDl'-. DA^' 

WACO, -I'KXAS 



".SV.'i- luuz'cs a iii)dd('ss, 
lilt she looks a queen" 



Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
English 



Freshman: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Science 
Club; Little Sisters' Club; Spanish Club. 

Sophomore : Y.W.C.A. ; Athletic Association ; Science 
Club; Spanish Club; Little Sisters' Club; Class Marshal 

Junior: University of Texas. 

Senior : Y.W.C.A. ; Athletic Association ; Little Sisters' 

Club ; International Relations Club ; Cast "Tower Room 

Mystery"; Treasurer Senior Class; Maid-of-Honor to 

the Queen. 



Attendants 

Gknf.vieve BENCKF.NS-rr.l N 

Patty Rikif 




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BLUESTOCKING 



MAXINE MURPHY DUNLAP 

LITTLE ROCK, SOUTH CAROLINA 

"Liked by )ua)iy, appreciated by all" 




Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
Bible 



Attendants 
Jean McGuire 

Betty Ei.i.ex W'iloix 




Freshman: Dramatic Cluli ; Garden Club; Y.W.C.A. ; 
Athletic Association. 

Sophomore : Dramatic Club ; Glee Club ; World Fellow- 
ship Committee ; Y, W. C. A. ; Athletic Association. 

Junior: Glee Club — Treasurer; Dramatic Club ; Science 

Club; Secretary of World Fellowship Committee; Y. W. 

C. A. ; Athletic Association. 

Senior : Dramatic Club ; Glee Club ; Science Club ; Stu- 
dent Council ; House President ; Vice-President of Y.W. 
C.A. ; Athletic Association. 



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Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
English 



Freshman : Y.W'.C.A. ; Athletic Association; Music Club. 

Sophomork: YAX.C.A. ; Athletic Association; Glee Club. 

[uxiok: Y. W. C. a.; Athletic Association; Glee Club; 
Finance Committee of Y. W. C. A. 

Senior: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; President 

Glee Club; Presidents' Forum; Feature Editor Cuiii/^us 

Comments ; Chairman Social Committee of Y.\\'.C.,\. ; 

Senior Christmas Party Committee. 



XAXCV XICFIOL K.SKRIDGK 

I'll.A.SKI, \lKr,IMA 



"It's the little things that count' 



Atteiidaitl.f 
Mary Ei-izabeth Cai.iiwell 

1 )nRRI-; \\n HERS 





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BLUESTOCKING 



JEAN WADDELL F(3STER 

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA 



"A fair ex'terior is a siloit 
recommendation" 




Candidate for Bachclur of .Irts Degree 
French 



Attendants 

Janet Dudley 

Mary Frances Dudley 





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Freshman: Day Student Cluli; Athletic Association; 
Y. W . C. A. 

Sophomore: Dav Student Cluli; Athletic Association; 
Y."W. C. A.; French Chili. 

Junior: Day Student Club; Athletic Assocition; Y. W. 

C. A. ; French Club ; Spanish Club ; German Club ; 

Assistant Business Manager of Cain,'yus Comments. 

Senior : Vice-President Day Student Club ; Athletic 

Association; Y. \^'. C. A.; French Club; Spanish Club; 

German Club. 



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ANXA LAW 1.1:K (lll.KRSOX 
■•■isiii:ns.ii,li-;, nikcima 



"Willi pcrscn'craiicc and 

accuracx s!ic accitmplishcs 

her purpose" 



Candidate for BacJiclor of Arts Degree 
Biology 



Freshman: Y. W. C. A.; Day Student Club; Little 
Sisters' Club; Athletic Association. 

Sophomore : Y. \\". C. A. ; Day Student Club ; Little 
Sisters' Club ; Athletic Association ; Science Club. 

Junior: Y, W. C. A.; Day Student Club; Little Sisters' 

Club; Athletic Association; President Science Club; 

Presidents' Forum ; Mary Baldwin Honor Society. 

Senior : Y. W. C. A. ; Day Student Club ; Little Sisters' 

Club; Athletic Association; Class Hockey Team ; French 

Club; Secretary Day Student Club; Mary Baldwin 

Honor Society; Science Club. 



Attendants 

France Cline 

Elisabeth Whii i. 




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BLUESTOCKING 



MARCIA MORTON GOOCH 

ROA N O K E, V 1 RG 1 N I A 



■Man has his zvill, but 7Voman 
has her way" 




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Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
Bible 



Attendants 

Phyllis Browne 

Bettina Hull 




Freshman: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association, Day 
Student Club. 

Sophomore : Y. \\. C. A. ; Athletic Association ; Day 

Student Club; French Club; Associate Member of 

Science Club. 

Jin'ior: Y.W.C..'\. ; Athletic Association; Day Student 

Club ; Treasurer ; Science Club ; Art Club ; French Club ; 

Dramatic Club. 

Senior ; Y.W.C.A. ; Athletic .Association ; Day Student 

Club ; Secretary of Senior Class ; Art Club ; Science 

Club ; French Club. 



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NINA l.( )1'1S1': (ikIFl'lTIl 

NKW II AiriP'OUl), KKW YDKK 



"./ ijirl sii fair iLnth 
never a care" 



Candidate for Bachelor of .his De<jri 
Psycliology 



Freshman: Riding Club; Dramatic Club; Glee Club; 
Y. W. C. A. ; Athletic Association. 

Sophomore: Art Club; Riding Club; Y. \V. C. A.; 
Athletic Association; French Club. 

Junior: Science Club; Art Club; International Relations 
Club ; Y. W. C. A. ; Athletic Association ; Garden Club. 

Senior: Society Editor Cainpus Comments ; President 

Garden Club; Presidents' Forum; Science Club; Y. W. 

C. A. ; Athletic Association. 



Attendants 

Polly Baughan 

Anne Hayes 




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BLUESTOCKING 



ELIZABETH ANN 
GRONEMEYER 

CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA 



'For same o)ic must folhnv and 
some CDniinaiid" 




Candidate for Baehelor of Arts Degree 
Sociology 



Attciidanis 
Molly Wac.ener 

^^ARI7ARET WaRDLAW 




Freshman: Athletic Association; Y. \\\ C. A.; Dra- 
matic Club ; Riding Club ; Class Hockey Team ; Class 
Track Team ; Class Baseball Team ; Swimming Team. 

Sophomore: Athletic Association; YAV.C.A. ; Dramatic 
Club; Riding Club; Garden Club; Chairman of Social 
Service Committee ; Athletic Council ; Swimming Lead- 
er ; \'arsity Hockey ; Class Baseball and Track Teams. 

Junior: Y. W . C. .\. Treasurer; Athletic Association; 

Dramatic Club; Music Club; Science Club; Varsity 

Hockey; Class Baseball and Track Teams. 

Senior : Athletic Association ; President of Y.W'.C.A. ; 
Music Club; Science Club; Varsity Hockey Team; 
Student Council, E.v-Officio; Presidents' Forum; Relig- 
ious Exercise Committee; "Who's Who Among Students 
in Anicrican l'ni~ecrsities and Colleges." 



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\ / 



Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Dctjrce 
Mathematics 



Freshman: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Day 
Student Club ; Granddaughters' Club. 

Sophomore : YAN'.C.A. ; Athletic Association ; Day Stu- 
dent Club; Glee Club; Dramatic Club; Granddaugh- 
ters' Club. 

JrxioR : Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Glee Club; 
Day Student Club ; Granddaughters' Club. 

Senior: Y. \V. C. .■\. ; -Athletic Association; Day Stu- 
dent Club; Granddaughters' Club; Glee Club; Dramatic 
Club; Science Club; Music Club; Art Club; Cast "The 
Tower Room Mystery." 



MAin- IIKO.XTI''. lii'.Ml 
.ST A u .\ TO .\ , \- 1 k ( ; 1 .\ I A 



"Silciil and sure, 
she rests secure" 



Attendants 

Grace Jones 

Shirley Weaver 




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BLUESTOCKING 



JANE NEAL HERNDON 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



"A good scout ahu'ays" 




Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
English 



Attendants 

Harriet Houston 

Emma Padgett 




Freshman: Y. W. C .A.; Athletic Association; French 

Club; Dramatic Club; International Relations Club; 

Class Hockey, Basketball, and Baseball Teams ; Senior 

Life Saving Squad ; Monogram Club. 

Sophomore : Y. W. C. A. ; Athletic Association ; Dra- 
matic Club ; French Club ; International Relations Club ; 
Class Hockey, Basketball, and Baseball Teams ; \'arsity 
Hockey Team; Monogram Club; Class Sports Leader. 

Junior: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Dramatic 
Club; Class Hockey and Basketball Teams; Varsity 
Hockey and Basketball Teams ; World Fellowship Com- 
mittee; Cast of "The Dollar"; Hockey Leader Athletic 
Council ; Bluestocking Staff. 

Senior; Y. W. C. A.; President Athletic Association; 
Student Council, cx-officio; Presidents' Forum; Class 
Hockey and Basketball Teams; Monogram Club; Dra- 
matic Club ; Cast of "The Tower Room Mystery" ; 
'Who Who Among Students in American Unizrrsities 
and Colleges." 



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MARe'lA JAXI', HOLMAN 

CM AKl.O'l'Tl';, NORTH CAROLINA 



■.S7;c'.v /rr/Zr to walk ^cith, zcitly 

til talk 7citli, and pleasant 

to think on" 



Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
English 



Freshman: YAWC.A. ; Athletic Association; Treasurer 
Art Club; Spanish Club. 

Sophomdkk: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Assist- 
ant Art Editor; Bluestocking; Assistant Business 
Manager Campus Commoits; Spanish Club; Art Club. 

Junior : Y. W. C. A. ; .Athletic Association ; Business 

Manager Bluestocking ; Class Marshal; Spanish Club; 

.Art Club; International Relations Club. 

Senior: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Chief 

Marshal; Treasurer International Relations Club; Cast 

"Tower Room Mystery." 



Attendants 

Joyce .Albright 

Camille Anderson 




55 



BLUESTOCKING 



SARAH NEWMAN JONES 

ASHLAND, VIRGINIA 



"True worth is hciiuj, 
not seeming" 




\ 



Candidate for Jluelielor of Arts Degree 
French 



Attendants 

Byrd Harris 

Louise Vandiviere 




Freshman: Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; Little 
Sisters' Club. 

Sophomore: Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; Little 
Sisters' Club ; French Club. 

Juniors Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; Treasurer 
of Student Body; President of Spanish Club; Presi- 
dents' Forum; Little Sisters' Club; French Club. 

Senior: Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; House 

President; .Student Council; Secretary of French Club; 

Spanish Club; Little Sisters' Club. 



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Candidate for Ihichclnr of .Irts Degree 
English 



Freshman: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Glee 
Club ; Dramatic Club. 

Sophomore : Y. W. C. A. ; Athletic Association ; Glee 
Club; Dramatic Club; German Club. 

Junior: Y. W. C. .\. ; .Athletic .Association; Campus 

Coiiniiculs Staff; International Relations Club; Glee 

Club; Dramatic Club. 

Si:.Nioi(; Y. W. C. -A.; .Athletic Association; Caiiil^its 

Cdiiniiciils Staff; Secretary International Relations 

Club; Secretary Glee Club; Dramatic Club; Social 

Committee. 



SlllKl.i'-.Y JEANNETTE 
KEELGAR 

VVOODHAVEN, NEW YORK 



'.S7/(' is nez'er zvith eoinplainf 



Attendants 
M.\Ri:.\RF.T Br..\n 

HiLii.A Brown 





BLUESTOCKING 



IDA MAE KELLOUGH 

CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND 

'il'orrv Olid I have never met" 




Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
English. 



Attendants 

Marguerite Woolcock 

Eugenia Wright 




Freshman: Atliktic Cluh; Y. W. C. A.; Music Club; 
Riding Club. 

Sophomore; Athletic Association; Y. \^'. C. A.; Music 
Club; Riding Club. 

JiiNioR : Athletic Association ; Y.W.C.A. ; 1 )ramatic Club. 

Senior : Dramatic Club ; Camera Club ; Garden Club ; 

International Relations Club; Circulation Manager of 

Campus Comments ; Circulation Manager of Miscellany; 

Athletic Association ; Y. \V .C. A. 



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Candidalc far Ihicliclor of .bis Degree 
Chcmisirv 



Freshman: Y. W. C. A.; Dramatic Cluh ; Athletic 

Association ; Varsity Hockey Team ; Varsity Basketball 

Team ; Varsity Baseball Team ; Class Teams in Hockey, 

Basketball, Baseball. 

Sophomore: Y. W. C. A.; German Club; Monogram 
Club ; Athletic Association ; Varsity Hockey Team ; 
Varsity Basketball Team ; Varsity Track Team ; Basket- 
ball Sports Leader; Class Teams in Hockey, Basket- 
ball, Track; Caiii/^us Comments Staff; Associate ifem- 
ber Science Club. 

Junior: Y. W . C. A.; German Club; Monogram Club; 
Dramatic Club; Science Club; Secretary Athletic Asso- 
ciation ; Varsity Hockey Team ; Varsity Basketball 
Team ; Varsity Track Team ; Class Teams in Hockey, 
Basketball, Track; Swimming Cup; Delegate to Hockey 
Convention ; Athletic Association. 

Senior: Y. W. C. A.; Dramatic Club; President Science 
Club; Presidents' Forum; Vice-President Athletic As- 
sociation ; Science Club ; Athletic Association ; Varsity 
Hockey Team ; Varsity Basketball Team ; Monogram 
Club; Class Teams in Hockey, Basketball, Track; Dele- 
gate to Hockey Convention. 



MILDRED JAME.SON LAI'.SLICY 

MII.I.KK .SCHOOL, VlK(;i.NIA 



"Those (!esen'i)i(/ most of praise 
care least about it" 



Attendants 

Mar(,arf.t Ridgely 

Mary Louise Van Atta 





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BLUESTOCKING 



MARY MARGUERITE LATHAM 

HAYMARKET, VIRGINIA 



"She seeks, and strii'cs ami 
aims, to gam licr end" 




Candidate for /'aelielor of .Irts Degree 
Afatliematies 



Atlcndanls 

Mary Morris Blakely 

Eleanor Jamison 




Fki-shman: Y. W . C. A.; Day Student Club; Athletic 
Association. 

Soi'HOMoKi: : Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; 1 )ay 
Student Cluh; Granddaughters' Cluli; Secretarial Cluh. 

Junior: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Day Stu- 
dent Club ; Granddaughters' Club ; Science Club. 

Senkjr : Athletic Association ; YA\'.C.A. ; Day Student 
Club ; Granddaughters' Club ; Treasurer of Science Club. 



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ANITA CONSTANCE 
MALUGANI 

RIVKR ICDC.K, NICW TKKSKY 



"Life is so full of a iniiiihcr of 

/liiiii/s, I'm sure wc should 

all he as haff>\ as kiiii/s." 



Candidate fur Baehclor of Arts Degree 
French 



Freshman: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Glee 
Club; French Club; Riding Club; Art Club; Garden Club. 

Sophomore : Y. W. C. A. ; Athletic Association ; Glee 

Club; French Club; Riding Cluli; Art Club; Cdiiij^iis 

Cam incuts Staff; Y. W. C. A. Social Committee. 

Junior: Y. W. C A.; Glee Chil); Athletic Association; 

French Club; Riding Club; Dramatic Club; Garden 

Club; Campus Comments Staff; Spanish Club. 

Senior : Y. W. C. A. ; I'resident French Club ; Athletic 
Association; Assistant Business Manager Campus Com- 
ments: Presidents' Forum; Treasurer Camera Club; 
Treasurer Glee Club; Y. W . C. A. Social Committee; 
I )ramatic Club. 



Attendants 
Elizabeth Hill 

Marie Ulmer 




61 



BLUESTOCKING 



KATHERINE HOGE MOFFETT 

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA 



"A little 'U'cll done is much' 




Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
French 



Attendants 

Alice Jarman 

Ruth Owen 




Freshman: Granddaughters' Club; Athletic Associa- 
tion; Day Student Club; Y. \\". C. A. 

Sophomore: Granddaughters' Club; Athletic Associa- 
tion; Day Student Club; Y. W. C. A. 

Junior: Granddaughters' Club; Athletic Association; 
Day Student CTub ; French Club ; Y. W". C. A. 

Senior: Granddaughters' Club; Athletic Association; 
Dav Student Club; French Club; Y. W. C. A. 



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Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Dctjrcc 
Enqlish 



Freshman; Y. W". C. A.; Athletic Association; Little 
Sisters' Club; Granddaughters' Club; Dramatic Club. 

Sophomore ; Y. W. C. A. ; Athletic Association ; Little 
Sisters' Club; Granddaughters' Club; Dramatic Club. 

Junior : Y. W. C. A, ; Athletic Association ; Finance 

Committee of Y. W. C. A. ; Dramatic Club ; Science 

Club; Little Sisters' Club; Granddaughters' Club. 

Senior: Y. W. C. A., Social Committee; Presidents' 
Forum; Dramatic Club; Student Treasurer; Athletic 
Association; Little Sisters' Club; Granddaughters' Club. 



NANCY \M\-. OWEN 

CKOZKT, VIKCIMA 



"Hard to read, hut easy to 
understand, once read" 



Attendants 

N.MAi.iE Howard 

En A Tayi.iih 





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BLUESTOCKING 



MARGIE LEE PHIPPS 

WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA 



"What is done hy her is 
zccll-donc" 




Candidate for Bachelor of .Arts Degree 
English 



Attcudanls 

Kathryn Poerschke 

Ann Timherlakk 




Freshman : Dramatic Club; Little Sisters' Club; Grand- 
daughters' Club; Program Committee Y. W. C. A.; 
Athletic Association. 

Sophomore : Y. W. C. A. Committee ; Little Sisters' 
Club; Granddaughters' Club; Athletic Association. 

Junior : Athletic Council ; Finance Committee Y. W. 
C. A.; Little Sisters' Club; Granddaughters' Club; 
Mongram Club ; Hockey Team ; Athletic Association. 

Senior : Devotional Program Committee Y.W'.C.A. ; Gar- 
den Club; Little Sisters' Club; Granddaughters' Club; 
Monogram Club; Hockey Team ; \arsity Hockey Team ; 
Athletic Association. 



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1':s'I'iii;r i'.ramI': proffit 

KI.OYD COrKT IIOUSK, VIRGINIA 

". / siiiili.- is often a bcijuilcr" 



Candidate for Bachelor of .Irts Degree 
PsyehoUnjy 



Fkkshman: Dramatic Club; Art Clul) ; Garden Club; 

Little Sisters' Club; Granddaughters' Club; Secretarial 

Club; Y.W.C.A.; Campus Comments Staff; Athletic 

Association. 

Sophomore: iJramatic Club; Art Club; Secretarial 
Club; Garden Club; Little Sisters' Club; Grand- 
daughters' Cluli; Cam f us Comments Staff; YAX'.C.A. : 
Athletic Association. 

Junior: Art Club; Garden Club; Campus Comments , 

Little Sisters' Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association: 

Granddaughters' Club. 

Sknior: .^rt Club ; Garden Club ; Granddaughters' Club ; 

Y. W. C. A. ; Finance Committee Y. W. C. A. ; Vice- 

F'resident Garden Club; Secretary Little Sisters' Club; 

Athletic Association. 



Attendants 

Fk.sxces Moose 

.-\lmeyu.\ Spr.\tley 




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BLUESTOCKING 



THERESA JEAN REED 

BEL AIR, MARYLAND 



'Each hit of life is poetry" 




Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
English 



Attendants 

Jane Caldwell 

Gknk Eve 




Freshman: Class Hockey, Baseball, and Basketball 

Teams; Music Club; Dramatic Club; Granddaughters' 

Club; Miscellany Staff; Campus Comments Staff; Y.W. 

C.A. ; Athletic Association; Monogram Club. 

Sophomore : Class Hockey, Baseball, and Basketball 

Teams; Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; Music Club; 

Dramatic Club; Miscellany Staff; Monogram Club. 

Junior: ,Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Tennis 
Sports Leader; Class Hockey, Baseball, and Basketball 
Teams; Varsity Hockey Team; Miscellany Staff; 
Monogram CIuli; Music Club; Granddaughters' Club. 

Senior: Y.W'.C.A. ; Athletic Association; Class Sports 
Leader; Class Hockr.\ . Il.isk, iImII. and Baseball Teams; 
Varsity Hockey TeaTii ; M.ni.ii^r.un Club; Music Club; 
Secretarial Club; Gr:uul(lauKblers' Club; Cawpiis Com- 
ments Staff; MiscclUuix Staff. 



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lANCES LOUIS]'-. RL'K 

ALTON', ILLINOIS 

'The truth is uhvavs t':c 
strongest aryiimcnt" 



Candidate fur Bachelar of .Irts Degree 
English 



Freshman: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Varsity 

I'lasebail Team; Glee Club; French Club; Dramatic 

Club ; Riding Club. 

Sophomore : Y. W. C. A., Program Committee ; Athletic 
Association; Glee Club; French Club; Dramatic Club; 
Riding Club; Miscellany Staff; Campus Comments 
Staff ; Varsity Baseball ; Cast of "Ladies of the Jury." 

Junior: Y. W. C. A., Program Committee; Athletic 
Association ; Glee Club ; French Club ; Dramatic Club ; 
Riding Club; Miscellany Staff; Campus Comments Staff. 

Senior : Y. W. C. A. ; Glee Club ; French Club ; Dra- 
matic Club; Riding Club; Miscellany Staff; Editor of 
Campus Comments; Presidents' Forum. 



Attendants 

Betty Bailey 

Sarah Hannah 




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BLUESTOCKING 



MARGARET WALLACE 
SHIELDS 

WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA 



'Evcrvonc finds her aijrccablc 




V 



Candidate for Bacliclor of Arts Degree 
Matlieiiiaties 



Attcudauls 

Doris Siler 

Margaret Williams 




Freshman: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Day 
Stuflcnt Club ; Granddaughters' Club. 

Sophomore: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Day 
Student Club ; Granddaughters' Club. 

Junior: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Day Stu- 
dent Cluli ; Granddaugliters' Club ; Science Club. 

Senior: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Day Stu- 

('ent Club; Granddaughters' Club; Secretary of Science 

Club ; Mary Baldwin Honor Society. 



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ANN RACllKL SNAVPILV 

II h.NSIIKY, ['ICNNSYLVANIA 



''fliiiikiiii/ is such an idle ^i.'astc 
of Ihoiif/ht" 



Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Detjri 
English 



Freshman: Y. W. C A.; Athletic Association; Glee 
Club; Art Cluli; Dramatic Club; Secretarial Club. 

Sophomore : Athletic Association ; Glee Club ; Secretarial 
Club; Dramatic Club; Social Committee of Y. W. C. A. 

Junior: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Glee Club; 
1 )ramatic Cluli. 

Senior: Y. W.C. A.; Athletic Association; Dramatic 
Club; Glee Club. 



AltciidiUits 
Mary Alan Clinard 
Annie Lee Gardner 





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BLUESTOCKING 



iteft^ 



MARY ELEANOR TAUBER 

CATLETTSBURG, KENTUCKY 



"/ durst not smile upon the huh. 
't'zvould break too iiiaiiv Itearts" 




Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
Psychology 



Attendants 
Florence Jeffrey 
Marjorie TOBIN 




Freshman: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; 
Secretarial Club. 

Sophomore : Y. W. C. A. ; Athletic Association ; Science 
Club. 

Junior: Y.W.C.A. ; Athletic Association; Science Club. 

Senior: Y.W.C.A.; Athletic Association ; Science Club; 

Class Marshal; Chairman, Social Committee; Maid-of- 

Honor to the Queen. 



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Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
Art 



Freshmax; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Art 
Cluli ; Garden Cluli. 

Sophomore: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Art 
Club; Garden Club; Spanish Club. 

Junior: Y, W .C. A.; Athletic Association; \'ice-Presi- 
dent Art Club; Spanish Club. 

Senior: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; Art Club. 



JUXl'. .MAVXAKl) TROL'T 

CASTONIA, NORTH CAROLINA 

'Why i/ciillcmeii prefer blondes" 



Attendants 

Anita Falls 

Frances Sledge 





71 



BLUESTOCKING 



EUGENIA STOWE VANCE 

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA 



"Worthy of thy szucct respect' 





Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
Biology 



Attendants 

Mary Bartenstf.in 

Rachel Hassem- 




Freshman: Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; Day 
Student Club; Little Sisters' Club. 

Sophomore : Athletic Association ; Y. \\". C. A. ; Day 
Student Club; Little Sisters' Club; Glee Club. 

Junior : Athletic Association ; Y.W.C.A. ; Day Student 
Club; Little Sisters' Club; Glee Club; Science Club. 

.Senior : Athletic Association ; Day Student Club ; Glee 
Club; Little Sisters' Club; Science Club; Y. W. C. A. 



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' IB A 



f 




Candidate far Bachelor of Arts Dci/rcc 
English 



Freshman: Southwestern University, Memphis, Tenn. 

Sophomore: Athletic Association; Y.W.C.A. ; Art Club. 

Junior: Athletic Association; Y.W.C.A.; Social Com- 
mittee; Art Club; Garden Club; Music Club. 

Senior: Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A. Devotional 

Committee; Vice-President, Art Club; Garden Club; 

Music Club. 



MARY NORFLEET WHITE 

MKMPHl.'i. TENNESSEE 



"Coiri'crsalion is iiiv theme' 



Attendants 

Ann Cole 

Anna Gai.e Greenland 





73 



BLUESTOCKING 



KATHERINE PRETLOW 

WILLIAMS 

WARRENTON, NORTH CAROLINA 



"On with the dance, let joy be 
unrestrained" 




Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
Sociology 



Attendants 

Harriet Anoier 

Evelyn Engleman 




Freshman : St. Mary'sCollegc, Raleigh, North Carolina. 

Sophomore : St. Mary's College, Raleigh, North Carolina. 

Junior: International Relations Cluh ; Dramatic Club; 
Y. W. C. A. ; Athletic .Association. 

Senior: Y. W. C. A.; Athletic .Association; Swimming 
Leader; Social Service Committee; Science Cluh; In- 
ternational Relations Cluh. 



74 




4 



Candidate fur Bachelor of Arts Degree 
Mathematics 



Freshman: Athletic Associatiuii ; Y. W. C. A.; 
-Music Cluti. 

Sophdmiire: Athletic Association; Y. W . C. A.; Music 
Club ; French Clul) ; Secretarial Club. 

Junior; Athletic Association; Y. \\ . C. A.; Music 
Club; French Club; Secretarial Club; Science Club. 

Senior : Athletic Association ; Y. W . C. .\. ; French 
Club; Secretarial Club; Dramatic Club; Science Club. 



EMMY LOL' WILLIAMSON 

DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 

"Give me food for thoiiyht" 



Attendants 
Helen Gould 
Joy Scuri.ock 





75 



BLUESTOCKING 



ANNE MONTGOMERY 
WOODWARD 

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA 



"Good humor is the blue sky 
of the sun!." 




Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
French 



Attendants 

Kitty Holt 

Teannf. Smith 




Freshman: Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; Day 
Student Club ; Granddaughters' Club. 

Sophomore : Athletic Association ; Y. \\" .C. A. ; Day 
Student Club; Granddaughters' Club. 

Ju.mor: -Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; Day Stu- 
dent Club; Bluestockinc; Staff; Granddaughters' Club. 

Senior : Athletic Association ; Y. W. C. A. ; President 
Day Student Club; Student Council, Ex-Officio; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Spanish Club; Modern Language Clubs; 
Granddaughters' Club; .Art Club; Presidents' Forum. 



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Candidate far Bachelor of .4rts Degree 
Sociology 



Frkshman : St, Mary's School, Raleigh, North Carolina. 

Sdphomokk : St. Mary's School, Raleigh, North Carolina. 

Junior: X'ice-President of Riding Club; Athletic As- 
sociation; "V. W. C. A.; Horse Show Cup; Dramatic 
Club ; Class Team in Basketball. 

Sknidr: President of Riding Cluh ; Athletic Associa- 
tion; Y. W. C. A.; International Relations Club; Presi- 
dents' Forum; Athletic Council; Social Committee; 
Class Team in Basketball. 



VIRCINIA I'.THKklDGK WORTH 

KLIZAIUCTH CITY, NORTH CAROLINA 

"Laugh and the world laughs icith you" 



Attciidanix 
Poi-LY Murphy 
Rebecc.n Rom-.RTs 





77 



BLUESTOCKING 



FREDDIE YOUNG 

YONKERS, NEW YORK 



'She "a'ho is rich in friends 
is poor in nothing" 




Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
English 



Attendants 

Sally Cheney 

Barbara Lk.m mon 




Freshman: Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.; Sport- 
Leader ; Class Hockey Team. 

Sophomore : Athletic Association ; Y. W. C. A. ; Tennis 
Leader; Campus Comments Staff. 

Junmor: Athletic Association; Y.W.C.A. ; Vice-President 
of A. A.; Bluestocking Staff; Class Basketball Team. 

Senior : Athletic Association ; Y. W. C. A. ; Vice-Presi- 
dent of Student Council ; International Relations Club. 



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JEAN YOUNG 

KOMK, GEORGIA 

illy heart is cTcr at th\ service" 



Candidate for Bachelor of Arts Degree 
Bible 



Freshman: Shorter College, Rome Georgia. 

Sophomore: Dramatic Club; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic 
Association, Cam/iiis Comments. 

Junior: Society Editor of Campus Comiiients: Pro- 
gram Committee of Y. W .C. A, ; Secretary of Garden 
Chili; Athletic Association; Science Chih; Dramatic 
Club ; Cast of "The Swan." 

Senior: House President; Student Council; Treasurer 

of Y. W. C. A.; Chairman of Finance Committee of 

Y. W. C. A. ; Athletic Association ; Garden Club. 



.Itti-iidanls 

\lUi.l.\IA H.\YES 

Mary Catherine Mu-es 





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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY 

FRESHMEN — First day panic .... big sisters .... Orientation .... 
homesickness .... initiation, black stockings, Catherine Gierhart, president .... 
uniforms here and there .... Boston Sintonetta .... EngHsh dinner for "Dear 
Brutus" .... first exams, hghts, headaches, coi¥ee .... "The Music Goes Round 
and Round" .... St. Patrick's day Freshman-Junior banquet .... vacation frenzy 
.... Mav Day, bare feet .... impressive last day .... will we feel that way .... 
Miss Pfohl's farewell. 



SOPHOMORES — First day reunions .... feeling of superiority .... 
Hollywood premier at Athletic picnic .... movies with dates .... Frances 
Perrottet plotting our course .... Chaucer .... little sisters .... Bluestocking 
carnival, Bingo .... Senior Play .... Christmas vacation .... natural dancing 
.... Sophomore-Senior banquet .... coronation in England .... Miss Hoon's 
marriage .... Miss Poole dean .... lump in throat . . . goodbyes to big sisters 
.... we're beginning tf) understand 



JL'XIORS — L'ppcrdassnien at last .... smilingly tolerant of \-outli .... 
twulvt.- ii'ilock permissions and .Saturdays unchaperoned .... Shakespeare .... 
movies every nifjjit .... .Shirley I'.lacU's presidency .... press conventions, honors 
"Martins and Coys" at .Alliletic picnic .... class rinjijs .... "The Big Apple" 
entertained, not entertaining .... the juninr-.Senior banquet, "Candylaml" I!lii;- 
.STOCKI.VGS .... May Day, "( )ld \ ienna ' .... Commencement .... liastily 
wiped away tear. 



mi '^"^ 




SENIORS — Last returning .... October 4, investiture, ivy .... lUnnai 
dinners .... caps and gowns every morning .... "Peel the Peach" .... Betty 
Brown, presiding .... Edna .St Vincent Millay .... Additional cuts .... seminars 
.... Our Christmas party, caroling .... exam furor, free week-end . . . Fancy 
Dress, Williamsburg .... Sophomore-Senior "comics" .... hectic packing of 
our last week-ends .... high tea, big-hat worries .... comprehensives .... Class 
Day, shepherd crooks, tilmy bows, winding procession, laurel chain of '39, garden 
party .... Baccalaureate, queenly white. May Day .... "White columns in the 
sun" .... and Commencement, and now we know .... hoods, farewells, hopes 
.... the end and the beginning .... Alma Mater .... memories. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




ALICE JONES 

PRESIDENT 



MISS TAYLOR 

SPONSOR 




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Margaret Wardlaw 
Sccrctarv 



Betty Buchanan 
Vice-President 



Shirley Fleming 
Treasurer 



COLORS 

Purple and Gold 



83 



BLUESTOCKING 



Elizabeth Anderson 



Polly Baughan 



Hilda Brown 



Betty Buchanan 




Allan Carpenter 



Sally Cheney 



Mary Frances Cline 






.■***''(.' 



Fl.OKKNCE COOPKK 



1\1aky Francks Dudley 



Shirley Fleming 



Myrtle Foy 




Sarah Hannah 



Rachel Hassell 



Mary Doak Hawpe 




85 



BLUESTOCKING 



Virginia Hayes 



Margaret H ersc h kk 



Kitty Holt 



Bettina Hull 



Harriet Houston 



Charlotte Humbert 




Alice Jarman 




86 




Flokknck Jkkkkky 



Ai.uk Jones 



Ethelyn Jones 



I.oriSE KiKTZ 



Barbara Lemmond 



Kathryn Lineweaver 



Frances Moose 




87 



BLUESTOCKING 



Ruth Owen 



Emma Padgett 



Barbara Payne 



Jane Rai'denbush 



Thelma Riddle 



Helena Riker 



Rebecca Roberts 





Patricia Rook 



Tkannk Smith 



Almevda Spratley 



AIakjorie Tobin 




Mary Louise Van Atta 



AIOLLY Wagener 



Frances Walters 



Margaret Wardlaw 




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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY 



We arrived at school this fall with enthusiasm and anticipation of 
greater things to come, for, at last, we were Upperclassmen. We had long 
looked forward to this day, and it was with deep regret that we thought 
of those classmates who had not returned. 

Remembering our First Year, we endeavored to help the Freshmen, 
our Sister Class, become acquainted with college life in all its phases. 
Our first Class entertainment was the tea which we gave in honor of the 
Freshmen. 

In November, we displayed our class rings with a pride which came 
only with the realization that we, too, were now, truly a part of the ideals 
and traditions of Mary Baldwin. 

Our class was well represented at the Bluestocking Carnival 
and everyone will long remember Academic Room 3 transformed into a 
colorful International Casino. 

After our return from the Christmas Holidays, which were as excit- 
ing and as wonderful as usual, we took our semester examinations with 
less "cramming" and greater serenity than in previous years. 

The Freshmen gave a delightful banquet in our honor on St. \'alen- 
tine's Day, at the Stonewall Jackson Hotel. We, in turn, entertained the 
Seniors with a banquet in May, at which time the 1939 Blue.stocking 
was presented. 

In the spring, such lovely weather called for a celebration, and the 
Junior Class had a very exclusive and hilarious picnic with an abundance 
of food and fun for all. 

Then came the Senior Class Day and many of us were attendants. 
And then. Commencement, and we proudly moved our tassels to the 
honored position of that of a full-fledged Senior, thereby assuming added 
importance and dignity. 

We bid the Seniors farewell with mixed emotion.s — proud of our 
attainment, but sad at the thought of parting, and with the deep determi- 
nation in our hearts that our class, the Class of '40, would carry on the 
Senior traditions and ideals. 



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Taken at random — Talent personitiefl — With the liackgrmniil ut a queen — Mrs. Lrattcn 
and class of '52 — Miss Mims and not a book in sight — Dr. Jarman in the middle, middle of 
what? — "Filthy-dimples" Buckley — "Take a letter" — "Peep-eye" — breathing in spring — Bessie 
getting that coat of bronze — "Keep your mind on the game, youse guys." — Quintuplets! 
now you know better — "Catch him, Mag" — "Spirit of 76" — Songbirds of the south — Mildred 
and Millicent under the limelight — coming down by degrees. 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 




FRANCES SLEDGE 

PRESIDENT 



MISS WATTERS 





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Anne Cole 
I'icc-Prcsidciit 



Helen Correll 

Secretary 



AIakv Alan C'ijxako 
Treasurer 



COLORS 

White and Lavendar 



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BLUESTOCKING 



Anne Adams 

Joyce Albright 

Charlotte Allebach 

Camtlle Anderson 




Katherine Anderson 

Harriet Angier 



Genevieve Benckenstein 

Cecil Brewer 



Phyllis Browne 



Iris Buckley 



r-fi 











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ViKciNiA I'>rKiiui-;i< 



ISAIII'X C'Alil'l-.NTKK 



Nancy Clark 
Alice Bkkky Clkveland 



Mary Alan Clinard 



JANET ClINE 



Ann Cole 



Helen Correll 



June Culpeper /<> 



Li'CY Culver 




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BLUESTOCKING 



Kathleen Daily 

Mary Jaxe Daugherity 

Betty Lew Dingley 

Katherine Dunlap 



LfXIA Dux LAP 



Marguerite Ellis 



Eugenia Eve 



Martha Farmer 



Randolph Fleming 



Rebecca Fox 




All 



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Annie Lkk Gardner 
A.\ XA ( iAi.E Greenland 



LiLLiE Harwell 
AIary Frances Heath 








Mildred Hevener 



!j.izabeth Hill 



Kathekine Hoge 



K AC II el Irvine 



Katherine Jarratt 



Anne Jones 




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BLUESTOCKING 



Grace Jones 



Mary Anna Keeley 



MiREILLE KeSTER 



Elaine Kibler 



Louise KiNKEL 



Betty Kull 



Rosalie Lambert 



Eleanor Landes 




Sarah Lane 



Jean Earner 




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Ann McCuk 



Nancy McManaway 



Alice Martin 



Thkkessa Mason 



Eleanor Maupin 



Virginia Milburn 



Catherine Miles 



Bessie Moore 



Helen Morriss 



Malvine Paxton 




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BLUESTOCKING 



Dale Peters 



Mary Beth Pollock 





Arlene Preddy 



Margaret Ridgely 





Betty Rodrick 



Doris Siler 



Jane Simmons 



Frances Sledge 



Elsie Steger 



Dorothy Stewart 




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I. II. I.IAN StRKET 

I'aii.i.m'. Stkickland 

Margakkt S-rri.H 

MaK"!' I'l'KKlN TlKIMI'.SON 



AIakie Ulmer 



Frances Wade 



Gladys White 



Hetty Ellen Wilcox 



Martha Wise /<ǤS^ 



1 )(iRRis Withers 




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SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY 



In the summer as we prepared to return for our second year at Alary 
Baldwin, there were three things to which we especially looked forward : 
being with old friends again, going to the club at 9:30 instead of at 10, 
and having the upper hand on "Freshman Day." The first two were 
better than we had dared hope, but the last w-as about as miserable for 
the givers as for the takers. 

Thumbing through a scrapbook in search of memories, there are 
reminders of : the Athletic Association picnic for which we concocted an 
old fashioned "dramy" ; the cooking ability which we displayed at the 
Bluestocking carnival ; our unbounded joy at one of us having the lead 
in both "Seven Sisters" and "First Lady" : and the fun our privileged 
few had Christmas caroling. 

Although we didn't admit it, we were really quite glad to be back 
after a grand time during the holidays — even in spite of the foreboding 
and omnipresent idea of exams. After this ordeal was over, no one knew 
where the time went. There was Dr. Watters' lovely tea for us and the 
successful Sophomore-Senior banquet followed. Spring vacation came 
and went, with Class-day and May-day too close on its heels for anyone's 
comfort. 

These memories were freely seasoned with bull sessions, Sundays at 
the club, week-end jaunts to neighboring universities and cities, studying 
not any too hard, and founding true friendships which will never die. 
Perhaps the only mar to an otherwise perfect year was the farewells, 
some of which may prove to be goodbyes forever. 

To the president of our class and to our sponsor, who have inspired 
us to new heights, we pay our never-ending tribute. 



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I 'r. laylur smiles un any ulil iirulilLin— 'i'rexv"— Frosli. ualkiiit; around lo.ikins; prettv 
— Ruhng-picnic enthusiasts— Such domesticit3— Some outdoor girls— talking over gra'duatioii 
prospects— "It's a hard life."— Right in the middle of a Deutsch exam— Thev put up a good 
front, Patty— Landes in an off-moment— Barbara and "Fannie-horse"— The 'Spanish side of 
the carnival— "Xow did 1 do the right thing?"— Louise, the old smoothie. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 




f'V 



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LOUISE \AXDIVIERE 

PRESIDENT 



DR. SHEDD 

SPONSOR 




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SCE Haislip 




Judy Harr 


AxxE Hayes 


Secretary 




Treasurer 
COLORS 


rice-President 




s 


carlet and Gold 





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BLUESTOCKING 



Nell Abbott 



Nancy Adair 



DoRLs Adams 



Jane Allen 




Jean Anderson 



Elizabeth Appleby 



A 







Ann Atw ell 



Clara Ayres 




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Jean Ayres 



Betty Anne Bailey 





Betsy Baldwin 



Mary Bartenstein 





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Makcakkt 1>i:an 



A N X I !■: M A R Y R i: A s 1 . i; Y 



Hilda Rekry 



kdl'.KRTA RlLLTPS 



Mary Morris Rlakely 
AsHLiN Rleic.ht 



Leanita Blount 



WiLHELMINA RoZE 



Carolyn Breeding 



Caney Rrow X 



Jean Brow ne 



Mary Jane Browne 




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BLUESTOCKING 



Virginia Cain 

Jane Caldwkli. 

Mary Elizabeth Caldwell 

Hannah Campbell 

Fanita Chambers 

Annie Thorn Clark 

Mary Bruce Clendening 

Nancy Cleveland 

Harriett Coiner 

Ramona Compton 

Betty Molton Councill 

Dorothy Crabtree 




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Jank Ckak 




lu.iZARKTii Crawford 



Kathryn Cruce 



Carolyn Cumminc. 



Catherine Dewess 
Janet Dudley 

Emily Eakle 
Katherine Kent Early 

Marion Elsdon 
Evelyn Engleman 

Pearl Epling 
Anita Falls 




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BLUESTOCKING 



Alyce Farenwald 



Lou Farmer 



Elva Julia Fifer 



MiLLiCENT French 



Virginia Fullin wider 

Rettie Gassaway 



lov Gillaxd 



Alathea Glasscock 



Mary Louise Gordon 



Helan Gould 



Dorothy Eugenia Greer 



Sue Haislip 




A A 



V 



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iJ 




B ^ 




Sarah Klizaukth Hai.l 



i\ I A x I N 1-: Ham 



Tl'DITH HaRR 



Ryrd Harris 



JaiNE Harris 



Jane Harsh 



Anne Hayes 
Alice Hay man 

EuLA Kathryn Heep 

\^IRGINIA HeINITSH 

Maxine Hoffman 
Dorothy Jeanne Holkins 




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BLUESTOCKING 



Frances Holt 



Marion Hornsby 



Natalie Howard 



Mildred Hudson 



Suzanne Hudson 

Nancy Sneed Huc.hes 



\'iRGiNiA Hughes 



Amanda Hurst 



Eleanor Jamison 



Lillian Inez Jones 



P)ETTY To Knapp 



Maryann Kreutzer 




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Jean Lackey 



I'^UANCES LkAKKY 



Elizabeth Leman 
|i''A.\i;iTi'; l.iESEY 

Patricia Lifsey 
Mary Iaxe Lic.htner 

LORENA LoWENSTEIN 

Frances Lucas 

Elizabeth Luck 
Elizabeth McGrath 

Mary Jean McGuire 
Adelaide McSween 




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BLUESTOCKING 



Nancy McWhorter 

Marion Makepeace 



Margaret Meredith 



Regina AIinon 



Retty Moorhead 



Jo Anne Morris 



Glada Moses 



Caroline Murphy 



Anne Pendelton 



Mildred Pinneo 



Kathryn Poerschke 

AIary Ila Poyner 




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Nancy Price 



Tank Pugh 



Ashley Robinson 



Julia Russell 



]0Y SCURLOCK 



F'hoebe Skillman 



Elizabeth Smith 



Jeax Smith 



Rachel Smith 



Myrtella Sobel 



Carolyn Sveiili:, 



]\riKiAM Stith 




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BLUESTOCKING 



AxxE Stone 



Helen Stringfellow 



Leslie Syrox 



ExA Taylor 



Mildred Terrell 

Fraxces Axx Thomas 



Katherixe Thornton 



5eth Tilley 



Ann Timberlake 



Almeda Towns 



Anne Tyree 



Eleanor Unger 







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LoiMSK Vandivikkic 



Alijicx Watts 



Sii iKi.F.Y Wkavkk 



[ANtrr Weknkr 



Elisaukth White 
Margaret Williams 

Jane Wilson 
Marguerite Woolcock 



Bette Wotring 



Eugenia Wright 




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FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY 



On September fifteenth about one hundred and thirty excited girls 
rrossed the threshold of iNIary Baldwin College. Each of the girls was 
r.tartmg a new phase of her life which she looked at with eyes of wonder. 

The first few days were filled to the brim with getting acquainted, 
taking placement examinations, which showed as result a joyous vacation 
from school work, conferences with Mrs. Grafton, schedules and attend- 
ing handbook classes. So many activities filled our hours that there was 
very little time for getting homesick. About the second week each girl 
set to work to make her room as attractive as possible, and completely 
acclimated herself. 

Deep in the memories of our freshmen year will be embeded the 
thoughts of really ''getting to know" life at Mary Baldwin with the 
reception at Dr. Jarman's home and the Junior tea, horrors of "rat court," 
and life impressions which the Candle Light Service made. Each member 
of the class of '42 will remember Mardi Gras and Carnival nights as 
outstanding feats. 

The freshmen swam the sea of examinations with no serious calami- 
ties. Free week-end which followed exams was spent in catching up on 
sleep and good times. 

St. \'alentine's day was marked by many corsages and fun had at the 
Freshman-Junior Banquet. The spring house-party was a gallant success 
and made us proud to show oiT what was ours here at school. 

It is with regret that our Freshmen year comes to an end. but we can 
see nothing but happiness ahead at Mary I-]aldwin. 



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ACTIVITIES 



BLUESTOCKING 




SHIRLEY BLACK 

PRESIDENT OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL 



A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT 

We live at Mar\' Baldwin as one C(jngenial group, taking a great pride in the 
spirit of unit}- that prevails. It is due to the fact that we have a Student Govern- 
ment Association that our life here is so successful and happy, because we feel 
that such a life is based on personal honor and cooperation; and it is on these 
principles that the association has been built. 

The purpose of Student Government has a far greater aim than to control 
discipline and regulations. Its most fundamental objective is concerned with the 
growth of students. It endeavors to help each girl develop a greater strength of 
character, nobler ideals, and a higher Christian living. 

The honor system on which our association is based applies to every phase 
and department of college life. It helps to create an attitude of trust, thereby 
increasing the spirit of cooperation that is so vitally important to community 
living. 

Each student is a member of the Student Government Association and there- 
fore, shares in the rights and responsibilities of self-government. Through this 
m.embership the foundations of fine scholarship and high living that were laid by 
Miss Mary Julia Baldwin seventy-six \ears ago have developed into the "Mary 
Baldwin Spirit" of love, loyalty, and fellowship that lives today and will live 
forever. 

It is the desire of the Student Government Association that each girl's 
progress will be continuallv onward and up\vard--al\\a\-s "to inspire to high 
endeavor." 



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i'l^prr Rozv': Frf.ddik Younc. ; Hilda Brown; Dorris Withers; Ei.izareth Banner 

Middle Ro'u: Jean Youni,; Sarah Jones; Beverly Bivens ; ^[AX^NE Dunlap 

Lo2ccr Ro'c^': Anne Woodwaru ; Betty Gronemeyer; Janeal Herndon 



THE STUDENT COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 

Shirley Black President 

Freddie Youn(; Viee-Fresidcnt 

Hilda Brown Secretary 

DoRRis \^'!THERS Treasurer 

Adelaide McSween Freshman Ref^resentatiTe 

HOUSE PRESIDENTS 

Elizabeth Banner Hill Top 

Beverly Bivens Sky High 

Jean Younc, Memorial 

Sarah Jones Frascr 

^Iaxine Dunlap McClung 

Freddie Younc, Martha Riddle 

Hilda Brown Chapel 

DoRRis Withers Main 

EX-OFFICIO 

Betty Gronemeyer I'resident Y. //'. C'. A. 

Janeal Herndon President Atlilettc Assatiation 

Anne \\'oodward President Ihiy Stndent Club 

FACULTY ADVISORY CCMr/IITTEE 

Dean Elizabeth Poole Chairman 

President L. Wilson Jarman Member E.v-Offieio 

!Miss Mary E. Lakenan Miss ^Iary E. Watters 
Miss Mildred Taylor Miss Mary Collins Powell 
Miss Nancy McFarland Miss Mary E. Latimer 
Mrs. Martha Grafton Consulting Member 



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BLUESTOCKING 




BETTY GRONEMEYER 

PRESIDENT OF THE Y. \V. C. A. 



A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT 

The Y. \V. C. A. strives to help each girl find real happiness in her college 
life. Our program has been a four-fold one: mental, physical, spiritual and social, 
with the purpose of developing each of these phases of character which we feel 
makes for a well rounded personality. 

It is our desire to make close friendships with all girls so that they may turn 
to us in time of need. Since the spirit of the Y. is love and service, we deem it a 
great privilege to aid each girl in developing greater strength of character, nobler 
ideals, and a deeper faith in Christ. 



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rf<l^cr Rozc: AIaxine Dunlap; Aljcf. Jones; Jean Yuunc, ; Shirley Black 
Lower Row: Dorothy Stewart; Betty Ellen Wilcox; Emma Padgett; Nancy Eskridge 



THE Y. W. C A. 



OFFICERS 



Betty Gronemeyer President 

Maxine Dunlap Vice-President 

Alice Jones Secretary 

Jean Young Treasurer 

CABINET MEMBERS 

Maxine Dunlap Program Commi 

Alice Jones Devotional Commi 

Betty Ellen Wilcox World Fellowship Commi 

Emma Padgett Social Service Commi 

Jean Young Finance Committee 

Nancy Eskridge Social Committee 

Dorothy Stewart Friendship Committee 

Elizabeth Luck Freshman Representative 

Shirley Black Ex-Officio 

Mary E. Lakenan Faculty Adviser 



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BLUESTOCKING 




I'.i ii\ (Mil I ami; \xx\ I.awi.ku Giikfson; Maki.ahit Wallace Shields 

MARY BALDWIN HONOR SOCIETY 

In 1932 the faculty establislied a society to be known as The Mary Baldwin 
Honor Society. Membership in this organization is conditioned primarily upon 
scholarship. The members are elected by the faculty. 



Alene Brewster 



Christine Armstronc; 
Margaret Grabill 



Grace Crow 
Thelma Hulvey 



Mary Bell Archer 



Imo(;en Bird 
Jean Hebbard 

Marjorie Abbey 
Anne Harrison 
Jane Frances Smith 



Dorothy Cohen 
Sarah L.\tham 



Betty Cleveland 



Ruth See 



1933 

Martha Bell 



1934 

Kate Drake 

Bessie Stollenwerck 

1935 



1936 

Emily Goodwin 
Jane Shaler 

1937 

Rebecca Cix:krell 
F'llen Morris Jones 
Roberta Vance 

1938 

A dele Gooch 

Alice Borden Moore 

1939 

Anna Lawler Gilkeson 



Theresa Worth ington 



Jean Brehm 

Charlotte Taylor 



Julia Gooch 
Emily Timberlake 



WiN'iEREu Love 



Nancy Wallace 
Dorothy Wali.ner 



Peoc.y Collier 
Virginia Kyle 
Mary Louise Welton 



Mari;aret Keller 
Emma Ruth Siler 



]Margaret Wallace Shields 



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To/' y^ciii.': S. Black; 13. Bkuw.n ; J. Hekxuun ; D. Gkonemkyeu ; i', Ruuf ; F. Rue 

Second Ro'a': E. Carpak ; A. Jones; F. Sledce; L, Vanuiviere; A. Woodward; M. Lapsley 

Third Ro'w: B. Cleveland; A. Mallk;ani; K. Daily; N. Eskridce; B. Bivens; V. Worth 

luturlli Row: N. L. Ovvkx ; K. Maupin; M. L. Van Atta ; S. Cheney 

THE PRESIDENTS' FORUM 

Shirley Black President of Student Hody 

Betty Brown President of Senior Class 

Jane Neal Herndon President of Athletic .Issoeiation 

Betty Gronemeyer President of )'. W. C. A. 

Patty Roof Editor of Bluestocking 

Frances Rue Editor of Campus Comments 

Edith Carper Editor of Miscellany 

Alice Jones President of Junior Class 

Frances Sledge President of Sophomore Class 

Louise Vandivere President of Freshman Class 

Anne Woodward President of Day Student Club 

Mildred Lapsley President of Science Club 

Betty Cleveland President of Music Club 

Anita Malugani President of French Club 

Kathleen Daily President of Art Cluh 

Nancy Eskridce President of Glee Club 

Beverly Bivens President of International Relations Club 

Virginia Worth President of Riding Cluh 

Nancy Lee Owen Student Treasurer 

Eleanor Maupin President of Spanish Cluh 

Mary Louise Van Atta President of German Club 

Sally Cheney Secretary of Presidents' E'orum 

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BLUESTOCKING 




Sii7/<iy I S\iiiH \l I ki.NCH ; A. WiKinwAKD; A. Preiuiv ; M. linncn; .\1. Whiik; 

A. Greenland; Miss Arnold 

S'liiiidi}ig: S. Cheney; K. Compton; J. Craig; M. Clendeninc. ; R. Smith; ^[. Ellis; 

P. Baughan; M. Paxtdn; C. Cumming; J. A. Albright; L. Kinkle; K. Daily 



ART CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Kathleen Daily President 

Mary White 1 'tee-President 

Joyce Albright Seerefary-Treasurer 

The Mary Baldwin Art Club, a part of tlic Three Arts Club, is an outstand- 
ing organization in the college. 

Its purpose is to instil in each student an understanding and appreciation of 
beauty, and a wish to gain a broader outlook on the general field of art. 

The Club is composed of art students, as well as those students who are 
interested in art appreciation. 

Our main project for the past two years has been to further this understand- 
ing of art b\' placing reproductions of famous paintings in eacli dormitory room. 
This year we have been unusually successful in developing a circulating gallery. 

Outside speakers as well as members of the club and faculty have contributed 
to the discussions held throughout the \-ear. 



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Seated oil Floor: J. Ai.brl.ht; G. Moses; M. Thompson; M. Heath; J. Wernek ; C. Ayres ; 

G. Jones ; F. Wade 
Sealed: M. Ui.mer; 1'. Murphy; H. Brown; S. Keeu.ar; S. Haislh-; F. Rue; S. Black; 

K. Thornton 
Standiiur F Ko.je- B. Boyd; M. Hemp; M. L. Van Atta ; T. Kilidle; \. Carpenter; 
M Brugh- M. Faxton; P. Herscher; H. Houston; M. Hornsby ; E. Maupin; J. Smith; 
m' Makepeace; A. Malugani ; A. Adams; \). Peters; N. Clark; E. Eve; C. Brewer 



DRAMATIC CLUB 



OFFICERS 

Betty Brown President 

Shirley Fleminc Vice-President 

Eleanor Maupin Secretary-Treasurer 

The outstanding activity of the Dramatic Club is the production of the fall 
and spring plays. Durind this year, Seven Sisters, a Hungarian farce, and First 
Lady, a modern comedy, were presented. 

The purpose of the club is to afford the student training in the principles of 
drama and the art of presenting dramatic literature. 

Club programs consist of skits, pantomines, monologues, and other forms of 
interpretation; members of the club, as well as students of speech, take part 
Membership is open to all students who are interested in any phase of the drama. 



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BLUESTOCKING 




First Row: I )k. Carl Broman ; M. H(jR.NMiv ; I. L akhknter ; S. Keelcar; 1'. Liishi ■ A. Cdle; 
A. Adams; J. A. Morris; N. Eskridoe; A. Snavely; V. Buehrer; S. Lane; A. Malu(,an'i; 

K. Poerschke; G. White; E. W'rk.ht; M. Bean; E. Taylor 

Second Rozc: L. Kinkel; M. Sobel; E. McGrath ; B. Rodrick ; A. L. Gardner; B. Harris; 

M. L. Van Atta; M. Hemp; N. Howard; J. Smith; V. Hughes; A. Greenland; E. Eve; 

P. Murphy; F. Cooper; jM. Bruc.h ; E. L. Williamson; F. Rue; M. H. Bartenstein; 

R. Hassell; M. Paxton ; M. Makepeace; M. Caldwell 

GLEE CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Nancy Eskridge President 

Florexce Cooper Vice-President 

Anita Malugani Treasurer 

Shirley Keelgar Secretary 

Malvixe Paxton Librarian 

The Glee Club is organized for the girls who are especially interested in 
music. Members are not required to take piano or voice, but they must have a 
knowledge of the rudiments of music and a natural ear for it. The Club meets 
twice a w-eek under the direction of Mr. Carl Broman, head of the Music De- 
partment. 

It is the desire of the Glee Club to bring good music to the pul)lic and to put 
worthwhile music within the reach of ever\- Mary Baldwin girl. We also have as 
our aim the arousing of a genuine appreciation on the campus and elsewhere of 
this phase of culture. 

Every year several concerts are given both at the college and outside the 
campus. It is our plan to give yearly joint concerts with nearby college Glee Clubs 
and frequently the Mary Baldwin Glee Club joins with other choruses for pro- 
grams. 

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Left to Riglil: M. White; J. A. ^[()Uln^: A. Bleh.ht; \'. Hur.Hi-.s; J. Reed; E. Carper; 
M. Paxtox ; B. Cleveland; ^i. Caldwell; B. Gkdxemever; M. Brui^h ; J. Gilland; K. Daily; 

B. RcjDRlCK ; M. SOBEL 



MUSIC CLUB 



OFFICERS 

Betty Cleveland President 

Edith Carper ] 'ice-President 

Margaret Caldwell Secretary-Treasurer 

The Music Club is for those students who are interested in music, and its 
purpose is to promote and stimulate an appreciation f)f music. 

This club, a branch of The Three Arts' Club, was founded at Mary Baldwin 
in 1928, and is composed of two groups of members ; the active and the asso- 
ciate. The active members are those who either sing or play some instrument, and 
the associate members are those who can not perform, but have a desire for a 
greater appreciation of music. 

The meetings are held every month and programs are presented which 
exemplified the musical spirit. 



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BLUESTOCKING 




First Ru'l^': J. Wkrnkh; K. I'ijkhschke; S. Lane; J. Anders(in ; \. Hri.H£>; K. kiitijK 
Second Roii-: E. L. Williamson; S. Jones; F. Rue; E. Banner; S. Black; A. MAi.r.Axi; 

E. Maupin; J. Smith; K. ^Ioffett; J. Foster; A. "\\'oodward 

Third Row: E. Tones; M. Gooch ; S. Hannah; H. Brown; P. Herscher; M. Brligh; 

B. Baily; B. Boyd; P. Strickland; B. Dini.ley; A. L. Gilkerson 



MODERN LANGUAGE CLUB 



THE FRENCH CLUB 

Officers 

Anita C. Malugani President 

Elizabeth Banner Vice-President 

Sarah Jones Secretary-Treasurer 

The French Club offers opportunities for practice in conversation and construction. All 
girls who are students of French in the advanced courses are eligible for membership to the 
clul). Special students may be members only liy recommendation. 

The purpose of the club is not only for improving a student's ability in conversational 
work liut also to better acquaint her with the countries of France. 

THE SPANISH CLUB 

Officers 

Eleanor M aupin President 

The Spanish Club is composed of the students of the advanced Spanish classes, as well 

as those who have some particular interest in or contact with the language. 

The club aims not only to encourage the speaking of Spanish, but also to actpiaint the 

student with the Spanish-speaking countries, especially with Latin America. 

THE GERMAN CLUB 

Officers 

Mary Louise Van .\tta I'residenI 

The German Club consists of second year and aihanced German students, and first \ear 
students who attain a certain standing in their work. 

Through the presentation of German games, songs, and customs, a more intimate knowl- 
edge of the German people and their social life is sought. 

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Tot' Row: K. Moi'KETT ; K. Hix.k; L. Sykdn ; H. 1!kukv ; H. Campbki.i, ; M. Hi.mi'; 1 

N. McMaxaway; L. Duxlai' 
St-iond /^Dii'.- I. FdstI'.r ; ]i. Anderson ; L. KiKTZ; F. Cline ; E. Jamison ; J. Wilson; 

N. McWhorter; J. Larner ; J. Dudley 
Third Rozk': M. F. Dudley; J. Simmons; H. M. Bartenstein ; G. White; ^^. W 

E. Eakle; J. PuGH ; M. J. Lightner; F. Walters 
Tourtli Row: E. White; E. Vance; A. Woodward; ^t. GoocH ; F. Holt; 1. 
Ani)|-rsox; M. M. Blakely 



Jones; J. 



DAY STUDENT CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Anne Woodw ard Prcsidcnl 

Jean Fostick [ 'icc-Pnsidcnt 

Anna Law lek Gilkksox Secretary 

Janet Clixe Treasurer 

This year ( 1938-1939) the Day Student Club has its Tenth Anniversary witli 
a membership of fifty-nine members. The Day Student Club tends to promote an 
active participation of the da\- students in the various activities of the College. 

At the first meeting lield in September all new members were welcomed into 
the Cluii. Tlu- ( )ctober meeting was a Hallowe'en party in honor of the facultw 
Follow ing this there has been a social or business meeting each munth. 

In May the girls of the Senior Classes of the Robert E. Lee and Beverley 
Manor High Schools of Staunton were invited to a tea and were shown the build- 
ings and grounds of the College. 



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Left to Ru/hl: h'. Yuim.; H. Day; B. Lemmuxh; M. Vi<\ 
E. BijZE ; I. Hdi.man; M. Caldwell; K. Jauhatt 



; 11. linYl); P. Rijuf; H. 1;ivkn> 
A. Blek.ht: a. Adams 



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Beverly Bivens President 

Patty Roof J'ice-Presidcnl 

Shirley Keelgar Secretary 

Janie Holman Treasurer 

The International Relations Club was founded in 1935 to further the interests 
of its members in foreign and current affairs as well as to emphasize the best 
qualities necessar}- for a life of good citizenship. 

This year the club consists of ninety-six members. Membership to the club 
is restricted to those students who are interested in history, current events, and 
government. 

With the aid of Dr. Mary Swan Carroll, the club has been able to bring many 
noted and interesting speakers to address its members. 



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Sealed: F. Walters; M. Shields; M. Latham; P. Herscher; F. Clink; M. Lai'sley ; 
E. Jones; S. Hannah; S. Cheney; M. Godch; B. Bivens ; B. Gronemeyeh 
Standinq: M. Hemp; A. Oilkeson 



SCIENCE CLUB 



OFFICERS 

Mildred Lapsley President 

Ethelyn Jones f 'icc-Prcsidcnt 

Margaret Wallace Sh ields Secretary 

Marguerite Latham Treasurer 

The purpose of the Science Club is to provide a medium whereby its mem- 
bers may get an integrated view of the different sciences and whereby they may 
be stimulated to thought and endeavor along scientific lines. 

The club has a large number of associate members and active members. Only 
the active members, who are science majors, have the power to vote. There are 
seven meetings of the club held during the year, with each of the Science Depart- 
ments conducting the program for one meeting. The sciences represented in the 
club are : Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, and 
Sociolog}'. 



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Hcirk Rirzi-: ^[. Smith; \'. Mii.hur.x; M. Ei.i.rs; F. Chambers; \'. Bukhrku; A. I'kediiv ; 

M. HciiT-MAx; N. Hr(,HKs; G. Moses; H. Houston; H. Am.ier; \'. .\[aves ; 

L. Harwell ; K. Hkep 

Middle Roi<': C. ^Miles; B. Proffit ; A. Spratley ; Mrs. Eyster ; N. Griffith; F. Moose 

Front Ro',^.- A. Jones; M. White; E. Paik.ett; M. Brik.h ; M. Brdwnini;; J. YorNo; 

P. Bauchan 

GARDEN CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Nina Griffith President 

Brame Proffit f 'icc-Prcsidcitt 

Frances Moose Secretary 

Ai.MEYDA Spratley Treasurer 



The Garden Club, iliirint; the \ear 1938-39. has endeavored thrciugh meetings 
and other activities, to stimulate an interest in gardens and the placing of llowers 
in the interior of homes. 

Among the projects of the club for the year was a displav of table arrange- 
ments for luncheon, bridge, breakfast and tea. At the Christmas dinner in 
December the club .sponsored a table decoration contest. Several projects were 
undertaken to make the campus look more attractive. In the Spring, trips were 
taken to gardens near Charlottesville and those in and around Staunton. 



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1-ronl Row: .\Iiss RuDESEAL; I. A, Mukkis; K. Thornton; S. Haislip; B. Rodrick ; 

C. Mi.sKs; J. Kkki) 
Inuk Row. 1'.. Kn.i.; A. ^^Al(TIN ; M. I'axtun; I). J. GuF.iai ; F. Wadk; L. Hii.i.; E. Ungf.r 



SECRETARIAL CLUB 

The Secretarial Club is composed of thirty-five members, and is open to any 
student taking at least one of the courses in the Secretarial Department. 

Alembers of the Club who liave coiii])leted the two-year course and are 
eligible for certihcatcs this _\ear are: Charlotte Allebach, P>ett_\' Buchanan, Kitty 
Hoge, Betty Kull, Alice Martin, Betty Rodrick, Jane Simmons, Ann Suavely, 
Frances WVule, and I'lmma Louise W'illiamson. 




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BLUESTOCKING 




"'''.I. ' ' \ L LEVEL \nd; C Brewer; M. Hemp 

.^c-titrd: L. t tlvkr ; .s. Hwn^h; M Thompson; I). Withers; A. L. Gardner; 

L. Farmer; E Tayior; B. Moore 

Standing: N. Cleveland; M. Latham; A. Hayes; K. Early; M. B. Clendeninc ; 

E. Crawford 



LITTLE SISTERS' -GRANDDAUGHTERS' CLUB 

The Little Sisters' and the Granddaughters' Clubs joined this year to form 
one. Those girls are eligible for membership who have had mothers, grand- 
mothers or sisters to attend Mary Baldwin in years previous. 

The purpose of the Club is to form a closer bond of friendship among those 
whose past is joined by a common interest. Each girl feels she is the representative 
of someone and does her best to uphold the traditions and ideals of the College. 

Each year on October 4th, Miss Baldwin's birthday, the members of the club 
are special guests of the Alumns Association. 

An outstanding event this year was the occasion of a tea given by Miss Nancy 
McFarland on the 17th of January, at which the Club was most delightfully 
entertained. 



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Jean Dieschkr 



Abiuf A[cF.\ki.anii 



THE ALGERNON SYDNEY SULLIVAN AWARD 

The New \'iirk Soutliern Sdciety, in order to perpetuate the meniory of 
Al.nernon Sydney SulHvan (through whose efforts the Society was founded), in 
such a form that shall be most expressive of his character, established an award 
to l:e made in certain Southern colleges, to one member of the graduating class 
of each institution selected. Each school may present this award to another person, 
not a member of the student body, in whom accomplishment and service are out- 
standing, and who shall have some interest in, association with, or relation to 
said institution. At the 1938 Commencement, Mary Baldwin College presented 
the awards to: Jean Diescher, '38, Pittsburgh, Pa., President of the Student Body; 
Misses Nancy and Abbie McFarland, of the College faculty. 

THE QUARLES AWARD 

The Lois Walker Quarles medal, established in 1931 
in memory of a Mary Baldwin alumna, is awarded to 
that student who meets the following qualifications : She 
must be a member of the Junior or Senior class ; must 
have completed a minimum of the full year course each 
year for a consecutive period of three years in instru- 
mental music or voice, and have made at least two class 
athletic teams. At the 1938 Commencement, the College 
presented this award to Mary Jane Cooke, '38, of St. 
Louis, Mo. 

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Mary Jane Cooke 





Betsy seeking higher places — Sis solving the pniblems <if the Way — r.eamnig 
members of the class of '42 — Freshmen and more freshmen — Doris otT on a jaunt 
—Brewster, the "soap and water type" — Miss Lakenan in regalia— "Professor 
Swing" — Heading home for Xmas. — Miss Poole, Jack-of-all-trades— Sunday 
fashion parade — Rest between home-runs— "Put her in a canter" — Favorite des- 
tination—The Farmers in the "dell"— A. A. picnicers— Dale on the "seven steps 
to wisdom." 




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PUBLICATIONS 



BLUESTOCKING 




P.\n y RoiiF 
Editor-in-CI-.icf 



Sally Cheney 
Business Manager 



THE BLUESTOCKING 



The Bluestockixg, the annual publication of Mary Baldwin College, is 
edited by the Junior class. 

Each member of the editorial and business staff, working in close cooperation 
with our able sponsor and friend, Miss Fannie Strauss, hopfes to present to the 
Senior class a radiant last look at their college days. We strive, in some small 
M-ay, to add some part to their scope of memories here. 

The Editor-in-Chief and Business Manager are elected by the Student Body 
and the stafif is carefully chosen to aid in the success and influence of this annual. 



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Tol' Roic: n. Lkmmuxii; M. \\'ai,i:xi:r ; F. Mnosi: ; K. iJAii.y 
Second Roz^-: R. (JwKX ; K. Holt; IJ, I'etehs; N. Ahhutt 



THE BLUESTOCKING STAFF 

Barbara Lemmond Class and Feature Editor 

Molly Wagener Kodak Editor 

Frances Moose Club Editor 

Kathleen Daily /;-/ Editor 

Ruth Owen Issistaiit Business Manager 

Kitty Holt Sports Editor 

Dale Peters Sophomore Represeiitatii'e 

Nell Abbott Freslnnaii Representatii-e 




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Franxes Kll 
lnHlor-in-Cbicj 



IlALL ri.M.l- 

Business Miinaye 



CAMPUS COMMENTS 

Campus Comments, tht student newspaper, is published weekly. It has tried 
to make use of the many helpful suggestions from the student body, and has seen 
the addition of many new features. Among these have been the "open letter to 
the editor," and the frequent use of informal sports and beaut}' cuts. 

In November, Frances Rue, editor, and Peggy Herscher, managing editor, 
attended the Associated Collegiate Press Convention in Cincinnati. They brought 
back many new ideas tending towards "stream-lining" the paper. 

An especial attempt has been made this year to deal with all college groups 
and activities im])artia]ly and to represent a cross section of the daily life at 
college. 

Campus Comments endeavors to broaden and at the same time to integrate 
student thought as well as to uphold and enrich the standards of Mary lialdwin 
College. 



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Ti'^ Ro7c: l\ Hkkschhk; J. Ivri.n; X. l\NKi;iinj 
luitldiii Raw: X. ('iKirriiH; ]'. Hkowmxi.; I. M. Kkli.iiLi.h 

CAMPUS COMMENTS STAFF 

Peggy Heescher Mana(jinij Editor 

Jean Reed News Editor 

Nancy Eskkidge Ecatitrc Editor 

X'iNA Griffith Society Editor 

Peggy Browning Sports Editor 

Ida Mae Kelloi'gii Distribution Editor 




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BLUESTOCKING 




Edilur-iii-Chicf 



Anna (■ai.k (.hi i m \ 
Busiiiiss Miiiuiycr 



MISCELLANY 

Tlic Miscellany is the literary magazine of Mary Baldwin. It is published 
four times a year, the June issue being the work of the incoming editor, under the 
guiding hand of the outgoing one. 

The Miscellany's purpose is to encourage the creation and appreciation of 
literature and to maintain a high literary standard. Compositions include those 
from both faculty and student body. 

The Editor-in-Chief and the Business Manager of this publication are elected 
by vote of the student body ; and they, with the advice of their predecessors and 
the two faculty sponsors, Miss Mims and Dr. Vandiver, appoint the remainder of 
the staff members. 

For several successive years The Miseellaiiy has been awarded an All- 
American Honor Rating. This must be considered a tribute not to the editors, 
but to all the contributors. 



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Top Ri<w: J. kKKii; r. Stuicki.ani>; F. Kui:; M, L. \a.n Aha; ]'.. Unvn 
Si'inml Roz<': S. Lank; E. Bannkr; S. Haismp; J. Ai.iikii;ht; ^^. Ellis 

MISCELLANY STAFF 

Jean Rked Assistant Editor 

Pavlink Strickland hsistiuit I<iisiiu-ss Maiuujcr 

Frances Rue CoiUribittiiitj Editor 

Mary Louise Van Atta Issociatc Editor 

P.ETTY I'lOYD Issociatc Editor 

Sarah Lane Issociatc Editor 

Elizabeth Banner Issociatc Editor 

Sue Haislip .Issociatc Editor 

Joyce Albkicht Irt Editor 

Marc.i'erite Ellis .Issistaiit .Irt Editor 




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Campus i Comments 



I i; ( II.. 11- \h<'>u,:, !., It. "■ 

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ATHLETICS 



BLUESTOCKING 




JANE NEAL HERNDON 

PKKSIDENT OF ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT 



Every member of the student-bodv is a member of the Athletic Association. 

The heads of the various sports make up the Athletic Council and with the 
assistance of the director of the department of physical education, help to carry 
out the Athletic program for the year. Interest in athletics begins in the physical 
education classes and the Athletic Council tries to encourage students to partici- 
pate in the various activities of the Athletic program. 

Atliletic ability is not the important pjut of the A. A., rather it tries to em- 
l)hasize who'esome recreation, fair play, and sportsmanship. 

The association tries to combine athletics with social activities through intra- 
mural sports, picnics, skating parties, and various other parties and programs. 



148 







Tuf< Row: M. Lafslev ; F. Browning; P. Hekschkr; C. Ai.i.i;i;.\cn 

Srciiiid Raw: I). WiTHEiis ; F. Si.eik.e; I'. Browne; K. Williams 

Botloiu Row: K. Holt; V. Worth; M. Wardlaw ; M. Wacenek 

ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

Mildred Lapsley \ 'icc-Frcsidcnt 

Peggy Brow xing Secretary 

Peggy Herscher Treasurer 

Charlotte Allebach Hockey 

DoRRis Withers Basket hall 

Frances Sledge Golf 

Phyllis Browne Baseball 

Kitty Williams S-icinnniiu! 

Kitty Holt Track 

Virginia Worth Ixidiiu/ 

Margaret Wardlaw Tenuis 

Molly Wagener Hikiiu/ 



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HOCKEY 



Of the numerous fall sports at Mary Baldwin, hockey seems to be the most 
[xipular. Enthusiasm is shown by inexperienced Freshmen as well as by the seas- 
oned Upperclassmen. Many of the players were fortunate this year in receiving 
instruction from Miss Appleby of England, who introduced hockey into this 
country. 

The Senior retained the championship by skillful playing and good team 
work, although they met stiff compelition in tlie other class teams. 

From these class teams were chosen eleven representatives to the Hockev 
Convention in Fredericksburg. 



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Left to Kiglit: C. 



\ N Ana; j '. liKuwM-; 



VARSITY HOCKEY 

The \ arsity team in hocke_\' is chosen by the hocke}' sports leader and the 
class captains, with the assistance of Miss Powell. As hockey is a new sport to 
most of the freshmen, the team is largely made up of the more experienced upper- 
classmen. Improvement in playing ma}- well be noticed from year to year, and 
players learn the value of good teamwork. 

To those who make the \'arsity. letters are awarded at the Athletic IJanquet 
which takes place in May. 




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BASKETBALL 



No sooner is the Christmas vacation over than the cry is "come out for 
basketball." The students turn out in large numbers and before long the teams 
become well organized and sliovv technique developed by frequent ])racticing. 
Class spirit is strong and those who do not play come out to supjxnt their class 
teams by cheering. 



The highlight of the season is tjie Facult}-.Senior 
most colorful and hilarious affairs of the \ear. 



;ame, which is one of the 



1.^2 




Lcfl tu Rii/ht: Nancy Ci.auk ; Charlotte Au.ebach ; Hilda I'uciwn ; Mildreh Lapslly 
JJouiMs Withers; Peggy Browning 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 



In basketball, as in hockew the X^arsity is chosen by the s])orts leader and the 
class caiitains, and members of this team are also awarded letters at the Athletic 
banquet. 

The team is made up of the most representative players in this sport, and the 
members are chosen according to their skill and abilitw their knowledge of the 
game, and the interest shown during the season. 




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BLUESTOCKING 




BASEBALL 

The Faculty-Student baseball game is an uutslanding feature nf the Athletic 
Picnic which takes place at Crafton Park early in the school \ear. This game 
gives the fielders an opportunity to demonstrate their skill, as the faculty usually 
send their balls whistling ofi into space. 

In the spring, practice starts in earnest. The intramural games are played in 
May, and are attended by students and facultw many of whom liike to the 
Athletic Field for the occasion. As in hockey and basketball, a varsity team is 
chosen from the members of the class teams. 



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HORSE SHOW 



Tlu- most important event spcjiisored by tie Ridini; Club is the annual Hcjrse 
Show held each Spring during the week-end of the Mary Baldwin Houseparty. 

This show is a demonstration of riding ability by the members of the club. 
The riders are placed in the beginners, intermediate, or advanced class, according 
to their horsemanship. There are events which are judged according to general 
form, handiness in controlling the horse, jumping ability, pair riding, and other 
qualities of a good rider. 

Appropriate ribbons are presented to three persons in each class winning 
first, second, and third places. The grand finale of the show is brought about 
when the best-all-around rider is presented with a cup. 




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BLUESTOCKING 



MINOR 
SPORTS 

Skating 
Fencing 



Swimming 

Ping Pong 

Golf 

Badminton 
Pool 



MouKKN Dancing 



Bowling 
Track 




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NDMDUAL 

CUP 
AWARDS 

1938 

V'lKClMA WoK'lll 

Rld'nuj 

M ILDKKD LaI'SI.KV 

Siuimmiiiii 

Frances Slkrck 
Golf 

Eleanor Landes 
Archerv 



Jean Reed 
Tenuis 



CLASS SPORT 
LEADERS 

MiLLicENT French 
Fresh mail 

Mary Louise 

Van Atta 

Junior 

Jean Reed 
Senior 

I'hyllis Browne 
Sophomore 




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/,(•// to Nlijlll: J;. ( lUnXKMKVMi ; J. HKKNIinx; .\1. Hl.U^CHKK; L. AlJ.Kl'.AC H ; M. LaPSI.EY ; 

M. RiiH.Ei.v ; M. L. \"ax Atta ; M. L. Phipps 



MONOGRAM CLUB 

The Monogram Club is an honorary organization. To be eligible for mem- 
bership a girl must have received six hundred and tifty points by participating in 
the athletic program of the college. 

The Monograms are awarded at the Athletic Banquet in May, after which 
those who have received the emblem are permanent members of the clui). 

A girl who wins an additional six hundred and fifty points is awarded a white 
star. The third set of points merits a yellow star, and the fourth, a white star 
rimmed with Aellow. 



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Icfl to Ru/hl- I. Cai-DWicll ; \'. 1U;l;hhf.1(; M. Tnisix ; 1'. I'.kdwxe ; S. C hkxkv ; I- 
V. \V(ikth; a. Cole; I. Alrrii.ht; J. Briiwne; M. Li.mer; A. Adams; 
i. Cahi'e'ntek; a. Watts; Leanita ]'.E(iunt 



RIDING CLUB 



OFFICERS 



\'lK(.;iMA W'OKTl 

Sally Cheney. 



F resident 

. J'icc-Prcsidctit 



The aim of the Ridinii Club is to sponsor and encourage horseback riding. 

The membership is limited to those girls who do ride and are interested m 
riding. This club is quite active in the Spring and Fall, the members riding on the 
roads and trails with a student chaperon who is more familiar with the surround- 
ing countryside. 

The Riding Club sponsors three important events in the .\ear, namely: the 
Picnic, the Horse-Show, and the Riding Club Banquet. A cup is presented to the 
"irl who is chosen the best all around rider in the Horse Show. 



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Follow, follow the gleam 




The 1 :47 Xmas Specia 






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FEATURES 



THE COLLEGE MARSHALS 



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Left 1,1 Right: Bahi-.aha Lkmmond; Jovck Alhrk.ht; Janik Hdi.man ; I'aui.ink Stkicklanmi ; Marv Ij.I'ANou Tai'iiku 



The Staff 



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Student Body 

present the following girls 

for the 

Feature Section 

of the 
1939 Bluestocking 




v-.,-..J 



Most Versatile 



FREDDIE YOUNG 




Most Capable 



SHIRLEY BLACK 




Most Thoughtful 



MAXINE DUNLAP 




Most Stylish 



NINA GRIFFITH 




Most Charming 



BEVERLY BIVENS 




Most Original 



ETAR CARPER 



THE COMMENCEMENT 




Maky Waties Lumpkin, Queen; Adelaide Hill, MaiJ-of -Honor : Marjokie 

Beasley, Maid-of -Honor; Virginia Campbell, Scepter Bearer; 

Joan \\'einberg, Train Bearer 



PAGEANT 1938 




Class Day and Commenceme> 





ELIZABETH BANNER 

(JUEEN OF THE PAGEANT V:)59 




MARY ELEANOR TAUBER 

AIAII)-()F-H()N()R 
1939 



HELEN DAY 

MAID-OK- HONOR 
1939 





Senior Investiture— October Fourth 
Graduation Exercises — June Sixth 




WINIFRED LOVE 

ALUMN/1-: SiaRI'lTAKV 



TIh- AluiiiiKL' Assiiciatidii is tlx' dcpartiiK'nl tlinnif^h wliicli tin- C'(j11i'i,'c serves 
lier alumna' and tlie alunin:e serve their CulleLje. Active i)artici|iati()n in the 
Ahimnc'e Association is the best \\a\' for the imhvidiial to sliare in the increasinj^ 
usefuhiess of Mary Baldwin, to i)ay trilnite to her j^lorious jjast and to join in 
planning for her future. 

Mary Hell Archer Mapp (Mrs. John .\.), President: .Mary Tumliii Bra.vlon Callisun (.Mrs. 
J. Waller), First Vice-President Nancy Wallace, Second Vice-President; .Archer lUxjshead 
Tullidge (Mrs. George B.), Secretary; Fannie Strauss, Treasurer; Margarett Kahle Russell 
(Mrs. Tht)mas), Honorary President. 

* * * * 

As Mary lialdwin approaches the milestone of a Centennial Celebr.ition, it 
is appropriate that her daughters should l(;ok hack with her over the \ears and 
months and days of the century since 1842, a century- crowded with jiurposeful 
living. -An institution can look back only through the eyes of one who will read 
the rec(.)rd she has left in catalogues, magazines and newspapers, pictures, kee])- 
sakes and other mementos cherished by school girls over the period of a hundred 
years. 

The privilege of reading the records of Mary Baldwin's past and interpreting 
them for the present and future was enjoyed this year by Elizabeth Pfohl Camj)- 
bell, former dean of Mary Baldwin College. 

The Centennial Program begins with a backward look. But it has (jnly its 

beginning in the past. We look backward that we may be encouraged to look 

forward, that, inspired by the accomplishments of Mary Baldwin's first century 

we may make provision for her second. Thus loyal daughters of Mary lialdwin 

will band together to insure for her the immortality of which the\- sing: 

"I'.iirn to live, to perish never. 

To inspire to high endeavor. 

To uphold that light forever, 

Mary Baldwin." 



ELIZABETH PEOHL 
CAMPBELL 





PRIZE OFFERED BY 

THOMAS HOGSHEAD DRUG STORE, Ixt 
Best Kodak Picture Taken Out-of-Doors 

WON BY 

NATALIE HO\\^\RD 



PRIZE OFFERED BY 

PALAIS ROYAL 
Rest Kodak Picture Taken Indoors 

WON BY 

MAR^' \LAX Cl.TXARD 





The \<)ungfr Cleveland — "Wee-Willie Culver" — Our very special Dean — 
Crammin' — Sally, the queen of picketing — Camera Club — Choice entertainers — 
"Snug as a bug in a rug" — The Staff at work — "The pause that refreshes"— "Are 
you taking Bible?" — a "Blessing" — "Mary, Queen of Scots"— "Elizabeth, the 
Oueen" — Part of the Business Office. 




It makes your cheeks rosy — The humane society — Character studies at the 
Mardi Gras — She must be reading "Ferdinand" — Polly in concentration — Posin' 
for the Lady — The cutest ones — Toby, holding her own — A Texan sees real 
snow — Two of the Memorial belles — "Butch," 'nuf said — Packages, food and 
otherwise — Miss Lifsey of Montgomery — On the rail between classes — Patty, 
Lucy, and Phil heading toward fried chicken — Supreme Court at the World's 
Fair. 



Faculty Directory 



Miss l\;m(liil|ili Anmlil 247.^ Kivi-rnniiil Avf., I.\ nclildirg, \';i. 

I )r. I )iiiial(l l'>aik-y Rcdtk'kl, Jowa 

Mr. (.'.irl I'.ronian Sht-rwdod Ave, Staunton, Va. 

Dr. I'onrst D. r.rown 1004 N. Augusta St., Staunton, Va. 

Mrs. I'.dmuiiil ("aiiiphcll , . .2912 Glebe Road, Arlington, Va. 

1 )r. M.-iry Sw.in t'armll 503 E. North 2nd St., Morristown, Tenn. 

.Mr. Jtilin I )at'tin .Staunton, Va. 

Miss !•' ranees Dodson 327 \V. Earle .St., Greenville, .S. C. 

Mrs. Helen C. Ey.ster 61 S. Franklin St., Chambersburg, Pa. 

Miss Clare J. Flansburgh Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Va. 

Miss Elizabeth Gaines 2501 Devine St., Columbia, S. C. 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas H. (Irafton 708 Selma Hlvd., Staunton, Va. 

Miss Christine Gunlaugson Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Va. 

Miss Marguerite Hillhouse 117 Hampton Ave., Greenville, S. C. 

Dr. and Mrs. L. Wilson Jarman 150 N. Market St., Staunton, Va. 

Miss Mary E. Lakenan Mary Baldwin College, .Staunton, Va. 

Mrs. Margaret Lang Route 1 , Le.xington, Va. 

Miss Maiy E. Latimer Ridgetown, Ontario, Canada 

Miss Winifred Love Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Va. 

Dr. Andrew Mahler 23 S. Second St., Wilmington, N. C. 

Dr. Florence Mahoney 528 Allen Ave., Ashtabula, Ohio 

Miss Abbie McFarland Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Va. 

Miss Nancy McFarland Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Va. 

Miss Catherine Alims 435 Riverside Drive, New York City 

Mrs. William Pancake 235 E. Beverley St., Staunton, Va. 

Miss Elizabeth Poole 225 Bell Court West, Lexington, Ky. 

Miss Mary Collins Powell Tarboro, N. C. 

Miss Lillian Rudeseal Cornelia, Georgia 

Dr. Karl Shedd 20 N. Market St., Staunton, Va. 

Mr. James T. Spillman 243 Sycamore St., Staunton, Va. 

Mrs. Fannie B. Stollenwerck Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Va. 

Miss Fannie Strauss 315 N. New St., Staunton, Va. 

Dr. Mildred E. Taylor 614 W. California St., LTrbana, Illinois 

Dr. Lillian Thomsen F'armington, Mo. 

Dr. William E. Trout Relay, Maryland 

Dr. E. P. Vandiver, Jr 312 McDufifie St., Anderson, S. C. 

Miss Frances Waide 717 Selma Blvd., Staunton, Va. 

Dr. Mar)- Watters Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Va. 

Miss Blessing Whitmore 1416 Market St., Wilmington, N. C. 



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Student Directory 



Nell Abbott 2166 Norton Road, Charlotte, N. C. 

Nancy Adair 3208 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Anne S. Adams 70 South St., Union, S. C. 

Doris Adams Lockhart, Texas 

Joyce Albright 18975 Muirland Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Charlotte Allebach 608 West Main St., Lansdale, Pa. 

Tane Allen 219 Pleasant View Ave., Louisville, Ky. 

Camille Anderson 2288 Washington Ave,, Memphis, Tenn. 

Catherine Anderson 214 Fayette St., Staunton. Va. 

Elizabeth Anderson 806 High St., Staunton, Va. 

Jean Anderson 808 High St., Staunton, Va. 

Katherine Anderson 115 Oakenw'old St., Staunton, Va. 

Harriet Angier 1021 W. Trinity Ave., Durham, N. C. 

Betsy Appleby 816 N. 17th St., Harrisburg, Pa. 

Ann Atwell Box 1351 , San Angelo, Texas 

Clara Ayres 258 E. Main, Hillsboro, Ohio 

Jean Ayres 2506 W. Market St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Betty Bailey 1435 W. 38th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Betsy Baldwin P. O. Bo.x 413, Wing Lake, Birmingham, Mich. 

Elizabeth Banner 159 S. Main St., Mount Airy, N. C. 

Mary Hampton Bartenstein The Plains, Va. 

Dorothy Baughan Gordonsville, Va. 

Margaret Bean 701 S. Stewart, Winchester, Va. 

Annie Mary Beasley Beeville, Texas 

Genevieve Benckenstein 1()77 X'ictoria, Beaumont, Texas 

Hilda Berry Route 5, Staunton, Va. 

Roberta Billups 15 Bienville Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

Beverly Bivens S. Main St., Mount Airy, N. C. 

Shirley Black 516 Sherwood Circle, Spartanburg, S. C. 

Mary Morris Blakely 201 N. Market St., Staunton, Yn. 

Ashlin Bleight 1207 Wilmington Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Leanita Blount 1303 Vineville Ave., Macon, Ga. 

Carol Bowman Waterford, Va. 

Betty Boyd 128 Willow St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Billie Boze Andrews, S. C. 

Carolyn Breeding Monticello, Ky. 

Cecil Brewer 307 High St., Lebanon, Ky. 

Betty Brown 106 S. Jefferson, East Park, Connellsville, Pa. 

Caney Brown 12 .Stu\'vesant Rd., Biltmore Forest, Biltmore, N. C. 

Hilda Brown 100 Grove St., Tarrytown, N. Y. 

Jean Browne 101 King William St., San Antonio, Texas 

Mary Jane Browne 1000 W. Grand River, Howell, Mich. 

Phyllis Browne 71 Flower Ave., Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. 



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Margai-ft I'.iduniii;^ 6429 N. 22ii(l Uoad, Ailiii^ldii, Va. 

Mathilda r.ni.^h 185 W. Main St., Sak-m. \'a. 

I'.ctty I'.iuhanan 1871 X. 69tli St., VVatuvatosa. VVi.s. 

Iri.s l'.iK-klc\ 121.5 Asliland Ave, Asliland, Ky. 

Virginia I'.iiclncr 3(15 Vine St., An-liliuld, ( )liiii 

Virginia t'ain 25 Higji .St., Sumnnt, X. J. 

Margaret (."aldwcll 121 Tatt- St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Jane Caldwell 1 1 16 S. Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C. 

Mary Elizabeth Caldwel Ill lughth St., l.umberton, N. C. 

Hannah Cam])hell 411 Glenn Ave., Staunton, Va. 

Allan Carpenter 103 P'leasant St., Attleboro, Ma.s.s. 

Isabel Carpenter 404 Alleghany St., Clifton Forge, Va. 

Etar Carper Rocky Mount, Va. 

Fanita Chambers 3517 Cornell, Dallas, Texas 

Sally Cheney 810 E. ( )lmos Dr., San Antonio, Texas 

Annie Thorne Clarke 1326 E. Morehead, Charlotte. N. C. 

Nancy Clark 1001 Country Club Dr., Greensboro, N. C. 

Mary Bruce Clendening Macbeth, W. Va. 

Alice Berry Cleveland College Park, Route 4, Staunton, Va. 

Betty Cleveland 178 S. Fairview Ave., Spartanburg, S. C. 

Nancy Cleveland 178 S. Fairview Ave., Spartanburg, S. C. 

Mary Alan Clinard Box 546, High Point, N. C. 

Jr'net Cline 514 W. Frederick St., Staunton, Va. 

Frances Cline Fishersville, Va. 

Billie Coiner Fayetteville, N. C. 

Ann Cole 402 E. Sixth St., Anniston, Ala. 

Ramona Conipton W. Main St., Pomeroy, Ohio 

Florence Cooper 2925 Bainbridge Ave., New York City 

Helen Correll 285 Pine St., Spartanburg, S. C. 

Betty Molton Councill 239 Kalorama St., Staunton. Va. 

Dorothy Crabtree 504 Fortwood PL, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Jane Craig Montpelier Station, Va. 

Elizabeth Crawford Pocahontas, Va. 

Kathryn Cruce 1020 Fourth Ave., S. W., Ardmore, Okla. 

June Culpepper 305 E. Beverley St., Staunton, Va. 

Lucy Culver 1 130 S. Lawrence St., Montgomery, Ala. 

Carolyn Cumming 2945 Burns Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Kathleen Daily 638 Graydon Park, Norfolk, Va. 

Mary Jane Dauglierity Care Finance Office, Fort Monroe, Va. 

Helen Day 900 N. 17th St., Waco, Texas 

Catherine Dewees 21 Vermont Ave., Binghamton, N. Y. 

Betty Lou Dingley Box 215, Blacksburg, Va. 

Janet Dudley 219 W. Frederick St., Staunton, Va. 

Mary Frances Dudley 219 W. Frederick .St., .Stauntrn, Va. 

Katherine Dunlap The Oaks, Hartsville, S. C. 



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Lelia Dunlap Montgomery Hall, Staunton, Ya. 

Maxine Dunlap Little Rock, S. C. 

Emily Eakle 815 Rurwell Ave., .Staunton, \'a. 

Katie Early Charlotte Court House, \'a. 

Marguerite Ellis 263,5 Walton Way, Augusta, Ga. 

Marion Elsdon 53 Berkley Place, Glen Rock, N. J. 

Evelyn Engleman 606 S. Main St., Lexington, Va. 

Pearl Epling 975 Carter Road, Roanoke, Va. 

Nancy Eskridge 615 W'ashington Ave., Pulaski, Va. 

Eugenia Eve 4 College Court, Suffolk, Va. 

Anita Falls 2188 S. Parkway, East, Memphis, Tenn. 

Alyce Farenwald 1717 Elm St., Bethlehem, Pa. 

Lou Farmer 301 N. Gates, Dothan, Ala, 

Martha Farmer 301 N. Gates, Dothan, Ala. 

Elva Fifer 104 Williams St., Staunton, Va. 

Randolph Fleming 1121 \'irginia Ave., Norton, ^'a. 

Shirley Fleming 517 Fort St., Moberly. Mo. 

Jean Foster 118 Madison Place, Staunton, \'a. 

Rebecca Fox 3221 Brook Road, Richmond, Va. 

Myrtle Foy 120 Rawley Ave., Mount Airy, N. C. 

Millicent French 2239 Rums, Detroit, Mich. 

Virginia Fullinwider 3842 Normandy Ave., Dallas, Texas 

Anne Lee Gardner Box 40, Blacksburg, \'a. 

Bettie Gassaway Nashville, N. C. 

Anna Lawler Gilkeson Fishersville, \'a. 

Joy Gilland 409 Mar\- Louise Dr., San Antonio, Texas 

Thea Glasscock 204 Wagner Rd., Morgantown, W. \'a. 

Marcia Gooch 1016 3rd St., S. W., Roanoke, Va. 

Belle Goode 112 S. Washington St., Staunton, Va. 

Mary Lou Gordon 155 Fremont, Battle Creek, Mich. 

Helan Gould 55 Long Ave., Hamburg, N. Y. 

Anna Gale Greenland 1115 S. Fifth St., Terre Haute, Ind. 

Dottie Gene Greer 2116 Dauphin, Mobile, Ala. 

Nina Griffith 15 Sanger Ave., New Hartford, N. Y. 

Betty Gronemeyer 335 Buckhannon Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Sue Haislip 589 Stratton St., Logan, W. Va. 

Sarah Hall Heathsville, Va. 

Maxine Ham \'. S. D. B., Staunton, \'a. 

Sarah Hannah Arvonia, \'a. 

Judy Harr Mountain Home, Tenn. 

Byrd Harris Ashland, Va. 

Jane Harris 123 Causey St., Suffolk, A'a. 

Jane Harsh 1812 Melrose PI, Birmingham, Ala. 

Lillie Harwell 1515 Westover Ave., Petersburg, Va. 

Rachel Hassell 237 Sycamore St.. .Staunton, \'a. 



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iMaiy 1 )(i:ik I I.iwpi- 145 X. Coalter St., Staunton, \'a. 

Anne ll.iyi.-s 405 .Mcaddwlnonk Terrace, fireensburo, X. C. 

Virginia i laves 405 Meadowhrook Terrace, Greensboro, X. C. 

Alice Haynian 325 Ash St.. Mnrgantown, VV. Va. 

Mary Heath Eighth Street, K.-ist, Waynesboro, Ga. 

Kathryn I lecj) I'urla, Texas 

N'irginia Heinitsh 270 .Spring ."^^t.. ."Spartanburg, S. C. 

Mary Hemp 231 Churchville Ave., Staunton, Va. 

Jane X'eal Hermlon 519 I'eltnont Ave.. Richmond, V'a. 

Peggy Hcrscher 901 .Swathmore .\ve.. Charleston. W. \'a. 

Milly Lee Hevener Arhovale. W. \ a. 

I'.lizabeth Hill 5540 Clemens Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Maxine Hoffman 402 26th Street, Virginia Beach, \'a. 

Kitty Hoge 140 X. Coalter St., Staunton, Va. 

Dorothy Jeanne Holkins 221 W. Washington St.. Howell, Mich. 

Janie Holman 406 Poplar Apt., Charlotte, X. C. 

Frances Holt 230 E. P>everley St., Staunton, \'a. 

Kitty Holt 238 E. P.everley St.. Staunton. Va. 

Marion Hornsby Vorktown. \'a. 

Harriet Houston 60 Columbia Ave., Hampton, \'a. 

Xatalie Howard 7301 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City. X. J. 

Mildred Hudson 1228 X". Augusta .St., Staunton. Va. 

Suzanne Hudson 1535 Carr St., Raleigh, X. C. 

Xancy Hughes 3528 Oak St., Jacksonville, Ela. 

\^irginia Hughes 307 Washington Ave., Frankfort, Ky. 

Bettina Hull 13431 Clifton Blvd., Lakewood, Ohio 

Charlotte Humbert 405 Alleghany -St., Clifton Forge, Va. 

Amanda Hurst 528 King William, San Antonio, Texas 

Rachel Irvine R. F. D. 5, Staunton, Va. 

Eleanor Jamison Route Xo. 1 . .Staunton. Va. 

Alice Jarman 150 X. Market St., Staunton, Va. 

Katherine Jarratt Stony Creek, Va. 

Florence Jeffrey Ai-vonia, Va. 

Alice Jones 609 Jones Ave., Beeville, Texas 

Anne Jones R. F. D. 1, Staunton, Va. 

Ethelyn Jones X'ew Canton, \'a. 

Grace Jones Alma. Ga. 

Inez Jones 12 X. X'^ew St., Staunton, \'a. 

Sarah Jones Duncan Street, Ashland, \'a. 

Mary Anna Keeley 241 Thornrose Ave., Staunton. \'a. 

Shirley Keelgar 7618 85 Drive, Woodhaven, X. Y. 

Ida Mae Kellough 800 Washington St., Cumberland, Md. 

Mireille Kester Fairfield, Va. 

Elaine Kibler 907 Fourth Ave., Mendota, Illinois 

Louise Kinkel 1 Smallwood Dr., Snvder, X. Y. 



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Louise Kirtz Route Xo. 3, Staunton, Va. 

Betty Jo Knapp Oak Hill, W. \'a. 

Maryann Kreutzer 326 Woodlawn, Mexico, Mo. 

Betty Kull 901 Center St., Ashland, Pa. 

Jean Lackey 200 Hillcrest, High Point. N. C. 

Rosalie Lambert Woodlee, Staunton, Va. 

Eleanor Landes 2530 Liberty Ave., Beaumont, Texas 

Sarah Lane 1110 Hagood Ave., Columbia, S. C. 

Mildred Lapsley Miller School, \'a. 

Jean Larner 1016 W. Beverley St., Staunton, Va. 

Marguerite Latham Haymarket, Va. 

Frances Leakey 260 E. Kirby, Detroit, Mich. 

Elizabeth Leman 617 Hill St., La Grange, Ga. 

Barbara Lemmond 920 Elmwood Ave., Columbia, S. C. 

Jeanette Lifsey 97 Ridge Ave., Montgomer\-, Ala. 

Patricia Lifsey 524 Fairview Ave., Montgomery, Ala. 

Mary Jane Lightner 725 Selma Ave., Staunton, Va. 

Kathryn Lineweaver 120 Hillside PI., Staunton, Va. 

Lorena Lowenstein 1322 I'ixby, Ardmore, (3kla. 

Pan Lucas 15 I'arkside Drive, Providence, R. T. 

Elizabeth Luck Ashland, Va. 

Ann McCue Sharpsburg, Ky. 

Elizabeth McGrath 219 W. Third St., Frankfort, Ky. 

Jean McGuire 500 Cornwallis Ave., Roanoke, Va. 

Nancy McManaway V. S. D. B., Staunton, Va. 

Adelaide McSween 1621 E. Gadsden, Pensacola, Fla. 

Nancy McWhorter Edgewood Apts. No. 6, Staunton, Va. 

Marion Makepeace 90 Keene St., Providence, R. I. 

Anita Malugani 805 Summit Ave., River Edge, N. J. 

Alice Martin 206 Thorn PI., Montgomery, Ala. 

Theressa Mason Gordonsville, Va. 

Eleanor Maupin 4806 \'irginia Ave., Newport News, Va. 

Margaret Meredith 38 Franklin St.. Annapolis, Md. 

Virginia Milburn 1616 Hobart St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Catherine Miles Clarksburg, Md. 

Regina Minon 671 1 Grant, Merchantville, X. J. 

Katherine Moffett 215 Kalorama St., Staunton, \'a. 

Bessie Moore 1424 Washington St., Columbia, S. C. 

Betty Moorhead 913 Prospect Place, Ashland, Ky. 

Frances Moose 337 Stanley Ave., So. Roanoke, Roanoke, Va. 

Jo Anne Morris 1619 E. Wayne St., South Bend, Ind. 

Elizabeth Morrison 1310 N. Augusta St., Staunton, Va. 

Helen Morriss 10 Edgewood Apts., Staunton, Va. 

Glada Moses Box 724, Jennings, La. 

Polly Murphy 900 X. Madison, El Dorado, Ark. 



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X.nuy l.(r Owen Crozet, Va. 

l\iitli ( )\\ (.11 201 N. Coallcr St., Staunton, Va. 

luiima r.id.urlt 2215 Oak Ave, Newijort News, Va. 

Malvinr l';i\t(ni 1130 Manchester Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

i;ail,ar;i l'a\iu' 45 Oak Lane, Glen Cove, N. Y. 

.\nnr rendleton 5900 Huntington Ave., New|)ort News, Va. 

Dale i'eters HO Ruskin Rd., Eggertsville, .V. Y. 

Margie 1 .ee i'liiiii)S 713 Chestnut Ave., Waynesboro. \'a. 

Mildred i'inneo 82 Sunnyside Ave.. I'leasantville, X. Y. 

Katlu-vn Poersehke 1442 Sedgwick Ave., New \t>v\< C'ity 

.\l.ir\ r.rlh I'ollock .'^19 Power St., Helena, Montana 

.Mar\ lla I'oyner 306 S. Park Ave., Dothan, Ala. 

Arlene Preddy Box 321, Orange, Va. 

Nancy Price 1524 W. Mistletoe, San Antonio, Texas 

llrame Proffit Floyd Court House, Va. 

Jane Pugh 1 Montgomery Ave., Staunton, Va. 

Tane Raudenbush 14 S. Washington St., Staunton, Va. 

Jean Reed 219 Broadway, Bel Air, Md. 

Thelma Riddle Kenwood Ave., Raspeburg, Baltimore, Md. 

Margaret Ridgely Barrett's Deliglit, Towson, Md. 

Helena Riker 2 Tams St., Staunton, Va. 

Rebecca Roberts 100 N. Ninth St., Opelika, Ala. 

Ashley Robinson Ashland Place, Mobile, Ala. 

Betty Rodrick 5411 Nevada Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Patty Roof Lexington, S. C. 

Frances Rue 814 Grove St., Alton, Illinois 

Julia Russell Williamson, W. Va. 

Joy Scurlock 3701 Hamilton Dr., Fort Worth, Texas 

Margaret Wallace Shields 207 Muhlenburg St., Woodstock, Va. 

Doris Siler Fishersville, Va. 

"Jane Simmons 135 N. Coalter St., Staunton, Va. 

Phoebe Skillman 1552 Virginia St., Charleston, W. Va. 

Frances Sledge 603 Fairview Ave., Montgomery, Ala. 

Elizabeth Smith 107 S. Douglas, Springfield, Illinois 

Jean Smith Omar, W. Va. 

Jeanne Smith Fountain Head Heights, Hagerstown, Md. 

Rachel Smith Sheds, N. Y. 

Ann Snavely 106 Java Ave., Hershey, Pa. 

Myrtella Sobel 6931 W. Wisconsin Ave., Wauwautosa, Wis. 

Almeyda Spratley 402 Ramsey Ave., Hopewell, Va. 

Elsie Stegar 1750 Brandon Ave., Petersburg, Va. 

Carolyn Stehlin 622 E. Main St., Brownsville, Tenn. 

Dorothy Stewart Dante, Va. 

Miriam' Stith Cape Henry, Va. 

Anne Stone 2406 Elm St., Cairo, Illinois 

Lillian Street 310 Joliet. San Antonio, Texas 



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Pauline Strickland 105 E. Mulbeny, San Antonio, Texas 

Helen Stringfellow 1020 Shiplierd Ct., Detroit, Mich 

Margaret Stulb 927 Johns Rd., Augusta, Ga. 

Leslie Syron Churchville, Va. 

Mary Eleanor Tauber 2301 P) roadway, Catlettsburg, Ky. 

Ena Taylor 2712 Chesterfield Blvd., Norfolk, Va. 

Mildred Terrell 10 McPhillips Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

Frances Ann Thomas 151 Sixth Ave., Montgomery, W. Va. 

Mary Thompson Heathwood, Columbia, S. C. 

Katherine Thornton 2000 Whitesburg Dr., Huntsville, Ala. 

Beth Tilley Box 1051, Durham, N. C. 

Ann Timberlake 306 George St.. Fredericksburg, Va. 

Marjorie Tobin 553 University PI., Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

Almeda Towns 138 E. Elsmere, San Antonio, Texas 

June Trout 416i^ W. Franklin St., Gastonia, N. C. 

Anne Tyree 312 Church St., Clifton Forge, Va. 

Marie Ulmer 2430 Heyward St., Columbia, S. C. 

•Eleanor Unger 2108 Old Shell Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

Mary Louise Van Atta 24 Sheldon .St., Binghamton, N. Y. 

Eugenia Vance 41 1 N. New Street, Staunton, Va. 

Louise Vandiviere Canton, Ga. 

Frances Wade 12 Wilson St., Beckley, W. Va. 

Molly Wagener 1408 Laburnum Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Nell Wallis 324 East St., Talladega, Ala. 

Frances Walters 25 Fayette St., Staunton, Va. 

Margaret Wardlaw 1310 Senate St., Columbia, S. C. 

Allien Watts 23 Geranium Ave., Mineola, L. L, N. Y. 

Shirley Weaver 106 Chapman St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Janet Werner 815 N. E. 15th St., Oklahoma City, Okla 

Elizabeth White 404 Locust, .Staunton, Va. 

Gladys White 2222 Churchville Ave., Staunton, Va. 

Mary White 1416 Vinton Ave., Memphis, Tenn. 

Betty Ellen Wilcox 18232 Fairfield, Detroit-, Mich. 

Kitty Williams Warrenton, N. C. 

Margaret Williams Woodstock, Va. 

Emma Lou Williamson 107 E. Markham Ave., Durham, N. C. 

Jane Wilson Weyers Cave, Va. 

Martha Wise 116 Scotta, Warren, Ark. 

Dorris Withers 214 Pinner St., Suffolk, Va. 

Anne Woodward 229 E. Beverley St., Staunton, Va. 

Marguerite Woolcock 264 River Dr., Logan, W. Va. 

Virginia Worth 612 W. Main St., Elizabeth City, N. C. 

Bette Wotring 31 Blackburn PI., Summit, N. J. 

Eugenia Wright 340 Buchannon Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Freddie Young 56 Lakeside Dr., Yonkers, N. Y. 

Jean Young R. F. D. 5, Rome, Ga. 



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THE 

BLUESTOCKING 

Is the Annual of 
Mary Baldwin College 



THE COLLEGE 

WITH A BACKGROUND 

OF CULTURE AND SCHOLARSHIP 



Educationally Efficient 
Socially Selective 
Spiritually Sincere 



1 8 4 2—1 9 3 9 




COMPLIMENTS 



( Joooowara s 

Oleaninq ana Jjijeinq ilYorlcs 



Staunton, Virginia 
Phone 929 



COMPLIMENTS 



STAUNTON CREAMERY 



INCORPORATED 



'EUREKA BRAND" 

ICE CREAM 
AND BUTTER 



STAUNTON 




m^ 



„ rA--^ 



CLOTHES OF INDIVIDUALITY, DISTINCTION and 
ATTRACTIVENESS . . . 

. . . FOR THE WOMAN AND MISS WHO CARES 

A Store Devoted to the Best in Merchandise and Service 

Smart Clothes for those who Wander and those who stay at Home 

9 East Bkverley Street Stauxtox, \'irginia 



•tone^svall Jackson Jnlotel 

Staunton, Virginia 



'ione^wali Jacksoim 1 aTem 

On U. S. Route 11 Three Miles North of Staunton 



JOHN R. PAYNE, III, General Manager 



WAKNEK BKOS. 



THEATRES 

Staunton .:. Virginia 



'The Pick o' llic Pictures' at The Family Theatre 

DIXIE • STRAND 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

The National Valley Bank 

OF STAUNTON 
Capital $200,000.00 Surplus $600,000.00 

Chas. S. Hunter, President 

Gilpin Willsox, Vice-President J. H. W'amsley. Jr-. Cashier 

C. B. Peterfish, Asst. Cashier and Trust Officer 

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatidn 



H. L. Lang & Company 

JEWELERS 

A 

SPECIALTY 

OF 

SCHOOL JE\^ELRY 

M. B. C. Senior Rings 

Masonic Temple 

Staunton 

Va. 



M. B. C. Drug Store 

W hitman's. Russel McPhaiVs 

Martha W ashington 

CANDIES 

Eastman Kodnh Films Expert Soda Service 

Thos. Hogshead, Inc. 

The Corner Drug Store A Good Plaee To Trade 




DRINK 




BOTTLES 
It Had To Be Good To Get Where It Is! 

STAUNTON COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, Inc. 

Phone 804 



The Miller Lumber Company 

INCORPORATED 



LUMBER AND BITILDING MATERIAL of ALL KINDS 

WE ARE SPECIALISTS in FINE 

MILLWORK 



7 6 8 



44 ]\IitUllebriK)k Avenue 
Staunton .:. Miijinia 



Phone 915 

Randol's Taxi and 
Transfer Service 

Special Prices on School and Long Trips, Picnic Parties, etc. 

C. & O. and B. & 0. Transfer Service. 

Cars Meet AH Trains. 

FURNISHED ROOMS— .4// Modern ConiPniences 

21 Xorth Xew Street .:. .:. .:. Staunton \'irsjinia 



COMPLIMENTS 



Spalding Baking Company, Inc. 

PETER M. DORSCH, President 
STAUXTOX .:. .:. .:. .:. \'IRr,IXIA 

M A K ]•- R S 

O F 

"BAMBY BREAD" 



Mason Coal Company 

I N C O K P O R A T E D 

SALES OFFICE 

A. I'-KSKIXI'. Mll.I.I'.R, I'rksii)i-;nt 
I1LK;11 I;. SPROLM., jr., Tkkasukf.k 

Professional Building 
Stniintiin . : . X'irginia 

Mines in Raleigh County, West Virginia 

NEW RIVER SMOKELESS COAL 

Fire Creek cjiid Btckley St'ams 



ii 



Simply Service" 



there is a reason 

FOR THE WHITENESS OF OUR 

laundry work 

PHONE 

4 9 5 



Staunton Steam Laundry 

Staunton .:. .:. .:. .:. .:. \'irginia 



COMPLIMENIS 

Helen G. Easiham Shop 

StaitHloii's A cwi'st and Siiuir/cst Luilics' Store 
Donnlouii Headquarters for All Mary Baldnin Girls 

ox THE CORXKR 



CHARGE ACCOUNTS WELCOMED 

Special Orders Given Prompt Attention 

OUR XEW YORK OFFICE IS ALWAYS AT YOUR SFRMCE 

HELEN G. EASTHAM SHOP 

29 East Beverley Street . : . . : . Staunton, X'irginia 

Phone 717 




fLfaunton 

^^ y MILITARY ACAC 




MILITARY ACADEMY 



One of America's most distinguished miii- Courses (for cadets not desiring to enter 

tary academies lor youths (10-20), located college.) Modern Studios, Laboratories, 

in the lamous Shenandoah Valley near the Forge and Machine Shops, All Athletics, 

Blue Ridge Mountains. For more than 75 ROTC, Band, Indoor Pool. Incomparable 

years Staunton graduates have earned out- health record. Junior School in separate 

standing scholastic records at col leges, building with special faculty and house 

universities. West Point, and Annapolis. mother For Catalog and Information, 

Faculty carefully chosen from leading univer- 76th Year, address ROBERT TREMAINE 

sities gives thorough preparation for College HALL, Superintendent, Box VC, Kablc 

Board Examinations. Excellent Vocational Post Office, Staunton, Virginia. 

ENROLL NOW FOR FEBRUARY AND SEPTEMBER TERMS 



COMPLIMENTS 



V I S U L I T F 

^ THE MODERN THEATRE 



ANGORA AND SHETLAND CARDIGANS 

Pastkl Colors 

$5.95 

Miss Patty Roof 

RcfTCScntatwc of 

CHANCY DELIA-SPORTSWEAR 

Greenwich, Conn. 



C O M P L I M E N T S 



THE TIMBERLAKE DRY GOODS COMPANY 

DRY GOODS READY-TO-WEAR 

ACCESSORIES 



FARLEY'S DRY CLEANING SERVICE 

"'For People W ho Care'^ 
Phone 246 

18 South New Street .:. .:. Staunton, \'ire;inia 



STATEMENT 

OK THE CONDITION OK THE 

Augusta National Bank 
OF Staunton 

Staunuin, Vi "ginia 

AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS 

DECEMBER 31, 1938 

(condensed) 

RESOURCES 

Loans and Discounts $l,03jp91.55 

U. S. Bonds 306,226.59 

Bonds, Securities, Etc 468,639.76 

Banking House, Furniture, Etc. 83,063.50 

Other Real Estate Owned 19.376.70 

Cash and Due from Banks.... 568,320.92 

$2,481,219.02 
IJABILITIES 

Capital Stock $ 100,000.00 

Suri.lus and Undivided Profils. 488,988.11 

Deposits 1,867,230.91 

Reserve 25,000.00 

$2,481,219.02 

Member I\-dcn:l Ih-fosit Insurance 
Ciirj^oraliou 

Trust Dkp.\rt.ment 



WORTHINGTON 

HARDWARE 

COMPANY 



A FULL 

LINE 

OF 

CUTLERY 

FLASHLIGHTS 

H A R 1) W A R E 



STAU NTON 
VIRGINIA 



M. E. HORTON, Inc. 

600-620 C Street, S. W. 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 



SAEE INSURANCE 



OVER HALF A CENTURY 



\\'e Insure Anything — From 
Fur Coats to Automobiles ; 
From Schools to Factories. 

Wc Represent Only Sound Sfoek 
Companies. 

NO CONSUMER COOPERATIVES 



W. J. PERRY CORPORATIION 

M.\S(l.\ll ll-.M Pl.F, 

Staunton .:. X'irLnnia 



r.F.T fH'R OL'CTATIOXS OX 
SIM-AIAI. c-iTaRTI'.KI'.I) liL'Sl-.S 




l.irr Us Suc.CKST Iiinickakv Rultinc 
FdK ^'()^K Xi;xr Tkh' 

.Ittracthr . Ill li.vl^ciisr Daily Tours 
to ll'orhr.s- Fair 



VIRGINIA STAGE LINES, Inc. 

I'll ON K ,V,Vo 

Cliarlottesvillf .:. X'ir.i^inia 



AUGUSTA FRUIT and 
PRODUCE COMPANY 



FULL LINE 

OF 

CANDIES 



Phone 371 

Opposite C. & O. Depot 

Staunton .:. .:. X'trj^ini 



WALTER'S 
FRUIT and PRODUCE CO. 



W H O L E S A L E 

Produce 

Fruits 



Candies 



Groceries 



STAUNTON 
VIRGINIA 



ll'c Move AnythiiKj, Anyivhcrc 

GUSS DULL'S 

TRANSFER 

CO. 

i2 Wesl Jiihiisiin Street 
Stauntiiii .:. \'irginia 



Local and Long Distance Hauling 

GOOD 
COAL 

AT 

RIGHT 

PRICES 

Agents for Grey Van Lines 



Telephone 377— Oflficc 
Telephone 1755— Residence 



HENRI B. HOGE 

General Insurance 

SUCCESSOR TO 

Hoge & McChesncy 

AND 

Hcnkcl & Bell 



130 E. Beverley Street 
Staunton . : . Virginia 



STAUNTON'S 
OLDEST 
INSURANCE 
AGENCY 




BEVERLY 

B OK 

CO. 



QUALITY 
MERCHANDISE 

B o o k s 

Stationery 

Novelties 

OFFICE 
SUPPLIES 



MASONIC BUILDING 

STAUNTON 

VA. 



JOHN D. RASK 

F l.o K 1 S T 

SUCCESSOR TO J(JHN KALLON 



CORSAGES 

CUT FLOW ER WORK 

FRESH BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS 



Phone 1700 
Staunton .:. .:. Virginia 



R. L. SOUDER 

REA])Y-To-W"EAK ami ACCESSORIES 

Decorative Linens, Curtains, Blanket: 

13 E. Beverley St. .:. Staunton, Virginia 

'M 

"BARBIZON" LINGERIE 

GOTHAM "GOLD STRIPE" HOSE 

SHAGMOOR COATS 

DRAPER HATS 
L'AIGLON DRESSES 

13 East Beverley Street 



M. B. C. 

HEADQUARTERS 
WE WELCOME YOU 



EXERYTHIXG Sold in 

First Class 
Drug Store 



KENNEDY DRUG CO., Ltd. 

Prcscril'l'iiiii l)nt'i<;ists 



MABEL HEIST BICKLE 



1 1 1 S '!■ I N' IT 1 \' !•: 
I' () K T K \ I T I' R !■'. 



Tulci.hi.iu- -liw 

J Wcsl Ik'vi-rley Si reel 

Slauntiiii .:. N'irginia 



NAMl-: YOIK STATION 
W !■; SEK\ I-. Till-; NATION 



Atlantic Greyhound 
Corporation 

Tklkphiini-: 1524 
lM-Ok.\lATION 



I'honc 259 

SHIPPLETT'S 
Cleaning and Dye Works 

\\i, .MAK1-: 'l-.M LOOK LIKE. NEW 
r. S. New Street .:. Staunton, \'a. 



MONTAG BROTHERS, Inc. 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



"Use MoHtaij's Fashionable W'ritiiuj 

Papers: Nezv, Smart, and 

Reasonabl\ Priced." 



SHOES 

LATEST SPORT STYLES 
POPULAR PRICES 



HOLLIDAY'S SHOE STORE 

-U'hrn Vim Hunk of Slwcs 

Think of llollicLiys" 

StamUon .;. .:. \'irginia 



HOTEL 
BEVERLEY 

STAUNTON 
\' I R G I N I A 



BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME 



It lakes little to make a Perfectly Livable 
Room. A touch of color in the right place 
...Gre'onnes of bright iiattern beautify a 
window, colorful sli]) covers for an old 
chair make just that difference. 

LET US SHOW YOU 

••M 

MAC. V. WHEAT CO. 

12 E. Erederick St. .:. Phone 1497 



Phone 425 

Vanity Fair Beauty Salon 



PERMANENT WAVING 

.\Nri 

COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE 



THE . . . BUS T... FLA CE... TO ...GO 
24 W. lievcrlcy Street 
Staunton .:. X'irginia 



COMPLIMENTS 

O F 

JEWEL BOX 

18 West Beverley 

)8 



BRICK HOUSE TRIANGLE 
TEA ROOM 



SPECIAL MEALS TO ORDER 

IN 

ADDITION TO REGULAR MENU 



C O ^[ F L I M E N T S 
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HOSTETTER'S 
CUT RATE STORES 

■a 

HO.ME OF LOW i'RICES 

(Tvvci Store O 

6 S. Augusta 

1(14 W. De\erLv .:. Slaunton. Va. 



BUY YOUR FILMS FROM US AND 
RETURN THEM FOR DEVELOPING 



Wu Appicciale the Patronage oi the 

Faculty and Students of Mary Baldwin 

College and Invite You to Make Our 

Store Your Headquarters. 



WALTER'S DRUG STORE 

J, M. \\ Ai.rr.K, Pnipriclor 



SPROUL AND CROWLE 

INSURANCE 

AND 

FIDELITY BONDS 



Phone 15.S 

Masonic Temple 

Staunton 

Va. 



WRIGHT'S 



■THE CORRECT GIFT 

FOR 

YOUR EVERY NEED" 



BELLWOOD 


N. McCLURE 


FOOD PRODUCTS 


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l-OK INSTITUTIONS 


High Grade Shoe Repairing 


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.-/// Work Guaranteed 


Pisrihiilcd by 


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W. H. WILLIAMS & COMPANY 


106 l-'.ast Bcverkv Street 


il'c'u-.iond, \'irgini i 


Slaunton .:. \'iiginia 



I'OK l'()K'l'Y-l'l\l'. YI-:.\KS 

W I II A\ I Sli I lAI I/I II I N 

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HAMRICK AND COMPANY 

I"l,() k 1 ST S 
IS W . iM-ciUrick Si, .:. Staiinloii. \i|-gini;i 



AI. CD I.T)CMXS 

I'l'.ki'Ta'T I'Ooi) IX i'A( K,\(;i-:s 

Pislri/uilrd by 

ALBEMARLE MICHIE CO. 

Chailntiis\ ilic, XiruiiiiM 



M KI.I.lc.ll AN 1-. T. HOI.T 

lUI.Nl, A. WIT/. 



WHITE STAR MILLS 



MANUFACTURHKS 



HIGH GRADE FLOUR 

S.AUNTDN .;. .:. VIKi;iNIA 



SIMMONS PARTS COMPANY 

WIKII.I-.SAI.F. 

AUTO PARTS 

SUPPLIES 

GARAGE EQUIPMENT 



93 7 



Virginia 



H. M. WAGNER & CO., Inc. 



liAl.TiAroKK 



WASHINGTON 

PII ILADKl.PIIIA 



INSTITUTION 
FOOD SUPPLIES 



F. C. HAMER AND COMPANY 



REAL ESTATE 

AND 

INSURANCE 



25 North Augusta Street 
Staunton .:. Virginia 



W'l': CARRY A LARGE LINE 



BOUDOIR CHAIRS 
CRICKET CHAIRS 



HUB FURNITURE CORP. 



3£L 

'bear f 

iBOOK i 

Waynesiioro, V 



M. B. C. STATIONERY 

SOUVENIRS, GIFTS 

GREETING CARDS 

CLASSICS 

AND 

LATEST BOOKS 
A. Staunton, Va. 



(-' O M P L I M E N T S 

O F 

The C. E. Ward Company 

New London, Ohio 

AcAniiiMic Uniforms, Band LInikorms 

Choir Gowns 



QUALITY ICE CREAM STORE 

The home of GOOD ICE CREAM 
Five East Frederick Street 

LO\ETT BROTHERS 

SHOES AND HOSIERY 
WINCHESTER Axn STAUNTON 



Staunton 
Wholesale Cash Gro., Inc. 

staple groceries 

The Cash Way Is The Best Way 

READY-Ki-W EAR ant ACCESSORIES 
K(iK THK SNEART GIRL 



^ MODES 



Staun'tox 

\'IRC'.INIA 



REAL ESTATE 
L O A N S 

CALLISON AND COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 



Echols Bui'ding 


The Home 07Ciied Store 


Phone 1128 






PHONF 


GENERAL INSURANCE 


2 6 9 


BONDS 


Staunton .:. .:. Virginia 



\ I S 1 T 

STAUNTON 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

(Staunton Furniture Co., Inc. ) 

LOCATEll UNDER THE TOWN CLOCK 



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dduertisers 



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SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHERS 



21 North Augusta Street Ground Floor Location 

Phone 1226 



OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER 

FOR THE 

BLUESTOCKING 1939 




successfully fulfilling the requlremenU of the 
odern College Annual Staff we have combined 
.mprehensive and systematic servicing program 
with that high standard of quality so essential in 
the production of fine yearbooks. Lynchburg 
engraved annuals are built by an organization 
specializing on school annuals exclusively, there- 
by assuring each staff of the personal and in- 
telligent assistance so necessary in the planning 
and designing of a truly satisfactory boot. 

LYNCHBURG 

^ENGRAVING 

■COMPANY- 

LYNCHBURG VIRGINIA 



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FINK. ADVEKTISIN(; 
PRINTING 




THE McCLURE 
COMPANY, Inc. 

Printers 



Quality Printing Need Nut Be Costly 



PROCESS 

COLOR 

WORK 

NINETEEN WEST FREDERICK STREET 

STAUNTON .:. VIRGINIA 




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